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1. A classroom where the teacher teaches from the back

2. Jaide's Question

2.1. What is metadata?

2.1.1. The least important data

2.1.2. The URL of a website

2.1.3. Data about data

2.1.4. All of the above

3. Amber's Question

3.1. What is Social Constructivism defined as?

3.1.1. Overloading people with too much information

3.1.2. Tools used to teach learners in a 21st century classroom.

3.1.3. Finding stratifying emotional relationships with machines or technology.

3.1.4. Finding stratifying emotional relationships with machines or technology.

4. Kayla's Question

4.1. What does KML stand for?

4.1.1. Keyhole Markup Language

4.1.2. Keyhole Map Language

4.1.3. Keyhole Map Layers

4.1.4. Keyhole Mappable Landmarks

5. Ashley's Question

5.1. What is meant by a "flipped classroom?"

5.1.1. A classroom where the students teach the teacher

5.1.2. A type of blended learning that delivers content,often online, outside of the classroom

5.1.3. A classroom that incorporates no technology

6. Jen's Question

6.1. What is connectivism similar to?

6.1.1. a) behaviourism

6.1.2. b) social constructivism

6.1.3. c) cognitive constructivism

6.1.4. d) none of the above

7. Nicole's Question

7.1. Which of the following is considered a serious game that may be used for learning

7.1.1. Fortnite

7.1.2. Pecha Kucha

7.1.3. Sims

7.1.4. PUBG

8. Daniel's Question

8.1. What type of platform is Google?

8.1.1. Open Source (code is visible)

8.1.2. Closed Source (proprietary software)

8.1.3. Shared Source (code is shared)

8.1.4. No Source

9. Ryann's Question

9.1. What is the name of the menu that drops down when you right click?

9.1.1. Context menu

9.1.2. Options menu

9.1.3. Dropdown menu

9.1.4. Toolbar

10. Josh Question

10.1. What is Singularity?

10.1.1. A) It is the hypothesis that everyone is apart of a network that connects us all in social media.

10.1.2. B) Is the hypothesis that the invention of artificial super intelligence will trigger runaway technological growth

10.1.3. C) It is actually a Will Smith Movie, where he plays an artificial intelligence being.

10.1.4. D) the word is used to describe individual behavior that conforms to the most common behavior in society

11. Jess's Question

11.1. What is technological determinism?

11.1.1. Society will adapt in response to technology

11.1.2. Ulterior motive for social media network or tool

11.1.3. Tools and technology get built in response to a need

11.1.4. Preparing students for their future lives and careers

12. Madi's question

12.1. What can wonder app be used for?

12.1.1. To create Pecha Kucha presentations

12.1.2. To create a podcast

12.1.3. To code & control robots

12.1.4. To create your own characters & gaming landscape

13. Nate's Question

14. Kaylynne's Question

14.1. What is the connectivism theory?

14.1.1. A.) A theory that sees knowledge as distributed across a network of connections where a variety of sources come together to create and distribute knowledge.

14.1.2. B.) The theory that we take what we learn to build our own understanding of our world.

14.1.3. C.) The theory that discusses the point in which humans and technology merge.

14.1.4. D.) The theory that focuses on the idea that learning is not individual, we learn in the company of others. (apprenticeship)

15. Jayna's Question

15.1. What is an example of a Google application

15.1.1. Facebook

15.1.2. Blogger

15.1.3. Audacity

15.1.4. PowerPoint

16. Sarah's Question

16.1. When working with "Bloxels", applications for classroom use include all EXCEPT:

16.1.1. A) game design

16.1.2. B) decoding

16.1.3. C) word building

16.1.4. D) thematic story telling

17. Michelle's Question

17.1. What is Social Constructivism

17.1.1. a) knowledge is constructed through interaction with others.

17.1.2. b) knowledge is constructed through independent work

17.1.3. c) knowledge is constructed through social media

17.1.4. d) knowledge is constructed through experience

18. Kristen's Question

18.1. What does RSS stand for?

18.1.1. Real Simple Syndication

18.1.2. Rich Site Summary

18.1.3. Real Software Summary

19. Kellie's Question

19.1. What is the "Creepy Treehouse"?

19.1.1. a) an old creaky treehouse your uncle built in your backyard

19.1.2. b) websites or social networking platforms that professors utilize for educational purposes, but students regard as an invasion of privacy

19.1.3. c) adding your favourite teacher on instagram after you graduate

19.1.4. d) websites/social networking platforms that are used for educational purposes, and students regard as a comfortable use of medias with their profs

20. Ellen's Question

20.1. What is Moore's Law?

20.1.1. a) The observation that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit doubles about every two years

20.1.2. b) Matter can neither be created or destroyed

20.1.3. c) For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction

20.1.4. d) When a body is partially or totally immersed in a fluid, it experiences an upward thrust equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by it that i.e. its apparent loss of weight is equal to the weight of liquid displaced.

21. Terina's Question

21.1. Why do we post cat videos?

21.1.1. Just because we can

21.1.2. It is free

21.1.3. We have so much free time

21.1.4. All of the above

22. Mariana's Question

22.1. What is the Bureaucratic Administrative Machine? Is the education system broken or is it just obsolete?

22.1.1. The Bureaucratic Administrative Machine is an old educational system created by the British empire to create identical workers. The education system that we have is obsolete. Times have changed and we have to change with it. We are not creating clones, we are creating individuals.

23. Sydney's Question

23.1. What is the creepy tree-house effect?

23.1.1. A. When students are using social media of some kind and feel that that site is an invasion of their privacy

23.1.2. B. When you go to a tree-house and it seems really creepy

23.1.3. C. When there are ghosts in your tree-house

23.1.4. D. When students are forced to do things that are uncomfortable