EdTech 537: Fun with Images

I thought I would have a little fun with some of my favorite images/comics!  I also wanted to practice embedding on WordPress.








About kimberlyhefty

Hello. My name is Kimberly Hefty and I live in Sammamish, Washington. For the past 23 years I have taught high school and college level mathematics. 13 years ago I started a private tutoring business. I specialize in working with public high school students who are taking math courses "on-line". I work closely with both the students and the local school district. I typically work with 40-50 students per week. I also have 2 children ages 14 and 23. My daughter just graduated from Elon University in North Carolina. My son plays competitive golf and premiere soccer so most of my weekends are spent at either soccer or golf tournaments. I am excited to be completing the Master's In Educational Technology Program from BSU (M.E.T.) Spring 2015! Through this program I have gained a better understanding of educational technology and it’s applications. I believe that the knowledge that I have gained will be beneficial personally, as well as to my students. With these skills that I have learned in the Educational Technology program, I hope to help myself and my students be successful in future endeavors. The M.E.T. program has allowed me to create an environment for all of us, my students along with myself, to gain skills for education, employment, and existence.
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10 Responses to EdTech 537: Fun with Images

  1. Erin Daley says:

    Kim-I LOVE the last one about protesting wheels. I’ll have to show that to people who get all bent out of shape about new technology all the time!

  2. Hi Kim:
    It’s always great to take a step back and get some perspective. I also really enjoyed the last image. Although these are jokes each of them could start some really good conversations with students in class about technology and what is and isn’t acceptable and why.

    • Thanks Bryan, I was thinking the same thing. That these could be a great ice-breaker or good topic starter. The images may appear simple but I believe they can really spark a great conversation.

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  4. Stacie Barker says:

    Super funny images, thanks for a good laugh!

  5. mollylarge says:

    If you like the protesting of the wheel comic, you should take a look at this video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRBIVRwvUeE. I show this during professional development sometimes and let people reflect on how many “new technologies” there have been throughout history, and how all of them had a learning curve!

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