We are finally at the finish line. I got to say, this race was the longest one yet.
Looking back on my first post, I only talked about how I used technology, or the current technology I had, in education, but not anything pertaining to what I wanted to get out of the class. I am kind of glad I did that because it feels like I was telling myself that I wanted to keep things a mystery with no expectations so I can see every lesson with interest and not be disappointed if something I wanted to learn never came up.
Have I made progress? Hell yeah I did! This class unlocked so many new ways to teach that I can now use. I know they were always there in some way or form, but I just needed some kind of force to show me that they existed. I will most likely use everything I have learned in the future, but I believe I would find myself using the “Find, Curate, Store” and “Screencast” lessons the most.
Suggestions? In terms of improving the class, there is nothing I can think of. I’ve enjoyed the project-based learning, meaning that it was up to us how invested we wanted to be in the lesson and the work. Every lesson was detailed enough that we were able to learn on our own, allowing you to walk around the class to see our progress/struggles and lending your assistance to us. In terms of new things to teach, I’m sorry, but I can’t think of anything. Everything in this class was new to me and found them useful and fun.
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