We’re All in this Together!

Melissa Kazymyra, Laura Bieber, and I teamed up to create our summary of learning for EDTC 300.

In our video, you will find what we have learned from EDTC 300, some of our favorite resources and tools, and some Twitter accounts we have come across throughout the semester!

DISCLAIMER: WE ARE NOT PROFESSIONAL SINGERS WHICH WE MAKE OBVIOUS IN OUR VIDEO. E for effort am I right?

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I had so much fun this semester and LOVE how many resources and tools I got that I plan on carrying into my teaching career. This project was a great way to wrap up this class, and I had so much fun with Laura and Melissa creating it!

The main point of our video is the song that we changed the lyrics to. If you want to talk a closer look at them, here they are:

Song Lyrics

Now, this is a story all about how

Ed-tech flipped my life upside down

And I’d like to take a minute

Just sit right there

I’ll tell you how I became an expert of ed-tech this year.

At the University of Regina, raised and trained,

In the classroom was where I spent most of my days

Stressed out, maxed out, but still so cool

When we realized that ed-tech took place outside of the school.

Students, teachers, together everyone

Parents, families, come on let’s get online.

Together, responsible digital citizens!

Together, together, come on let’s do this right

Here and now it’s time to fight off trolls

We finally figured it out (yeah yeah).

That all the trolls have no limitations

That’s what they’re all about (yeah yeah).

Everyone is responsible for their actions.

We should build each other up (when we are online).

We’re all in a way

Connected to each other.

Together’s where we belong

We’re all techy teachers

We all know

That we have

All the apps  

And resources.

We’re all techy teachers

And it shows

When we teach

Human beings

With technology.

Together, together, together everyone

Together, together, come on, let’s have some fun

Together, we’re there for each other every time

Together, together, come on, let’s do this right.

We’re all here

Tweeting out with hashtags

We’re learning twitter chats (YEAH YEAH!)

The chat is on, TweetDeck makes it easy.

Come on tweet it out!

Feedly helped to find ed-tech articles.

We hashtaged and tweeted them out.

We’re all techy teachers

We all know

That we have

All the apps  

And resources.

We’re all techy teachers

And it shows

When we teach

Human beings

With technology.

We’re all techy teachers

When we teach

We can show

That pencils

Aren’t the only way.

We’re all techy teachers

Once we learn

Of the apps

that redefine

Technology.

Teachers sing along

Yeah, you got it goin’ on

Educators in the house

Everybody say it now

Teachers everywhere

Wave your hands up in the air

That’s the way we do it

Let’s get to it

Time to show the world

We’re all techy teachers

We all know

That we have

All the apps  

And resources.

We’re all techy teachers

And it shows

When we teach

Human beings

With technology.

We’re all techy teachers

When we teach

We can show

That pencils

Aren’t the only way.

We’re all techy teachers

Once we learn

Of the apps

That redefine

Technology.

Teachers everywhere

Wave your hands up in the air

That’s the way we do it

Let’s get to it

Come on everyone!

Music credit 

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2 thoughts on “We’re All in this Together!

  1. Pingback: EdTech Queens – Melissa Kazymyra

  2. what a creative ending to your video, must have been a fun process singing to the high-school musical karaoke.
    i really enjoyed how you even posted the lyrics for me to look at
    looks like you guys learned a lot in the last 13 weeks

    Like

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