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MirandaNet Fellowship Profiles (MirandaNet Archive - as of March 2015)
Teaching and learning with technology is an area that is fascinating to me. During my graduate studies towards an MSc. in Educational Technology, I have had the unique opportunity of experiencing how technology can radically enhance the learning experience. Through these experiences, I have actively participated in insightful collaborative critique of educational technology issues and trends that I have never imagined to be part of. I have experienced face-to-face learning, exchanged ideas via e- mail, communicated in discussions via Skype, commented in a wiki thread, and logged in as an avatar to debrief in a virtual world. The tremendous insightful learning experience I lived each semester has always amazed me.
I am eager to explore teachers’ professional practice with respect to the convincing images of Web 2.0 technologies which offer new opportunities for learning. I am also interested in digging deep to understand best practices and pedagogy strategies in online environments in higher education. I am also keen to understand how appropriate technology can be used to enhance the learning process. I believe in investing heavily in the professional development because both students and teachers deserve to learn, build and share ideas together in connected learning communities.
I am very keen to take an active role in enhancing the quality of teaching and learning for the current Net Generation, and exploring innovative use of new social technologies in teaching and learning in higher education.
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