Philosophy of Education
In one or two (1 to 2) pages, complete the following:
1. Analyze related previous assignment(s) / artifact(s) from other courses that include your philosophy of education. Discuss the manner in which your philosophy has evolved from the beginning of your M.Ed. Program coursework to now. Incorporate an analysis of your philosophy in relation to your portfolio theme. Determine whether or not your philosophy has changed, and explain why or why not.
2. Attach your one to three (1 to 3) previous assignment(s) as pieces of evidence / artifact(s) to your journal entry in your Optimal Resume e-Portfolio. Identify the ID and title (for example: EDU599 - Education Capstone) of the courses for which you had produced the assignment(s).
Question 1: The overall merit of the selected technologies over the ones mentioned in the assignment
Question 2: The similarity and differences between the chosen emerging technologies and the none-chosen emerging technologies addressing:
a.) Addressing the needs and challenges inherent in the educational setting or relating to the scenario in the assignment
b.) Important ways in which the technologies support meaningful learning
c.) Features inherent in the emerging technologies that teachers may deploy in addressing the characteristics of the 21st Century students as identified in Assignment
d.) The three aspects of the chosen technologies which respond to the two of NETS-S standards of using technology to guide the learning process
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