This picture grabbed my attention as it depicts a social situation that puzzles me on a regular basis. It has become such a common experience to see people of all ages out and about in social situations with their attention focused solely on their cellphones. I often ponder whether social media will render “traditional” social experiences obsolete.
My name is Sabrina Quigley. I teach K-2 in a small rural school in Southern Saskatchewan. This is my seventh course in the MET program. The course is of great interest to me as reading, writing and speaking are areas of intense focus in primary classrooms and technology is having a drastic influence of the development and use of these skills. I apologize for the late response but I have experienced nothing but trouble with Connect lately. On the rare occasion that I have been able to get logged on at all, my computer ends up frozen and useless. I am hoping to have better luck with it soon. I look forward to working with you this semester.