One of the challenges for this cohort is the challenge of using a blog to document one’s learning and reflection. It is never about the logistics of blogging (How do I upload an image? How do I embed a video? How do I tag or categorize a post? What is the difference between a post and a page?), but about the learning that can happen when we capture and connect our learning in a digital space, that can be shared and lead to an amplification of traditional analog journaling and learning.
In our last webinar, I shared with you 18 individual challenges that will give you a pretty good exposure to different types of documentation and opportunities to capture your thinking in a given moment in time of your career, learning and action research about a given topic, idea or research area.
You can pick and choose which challenge you would like to complete:
- to push yourself outside of your comfort zone
- as ideas to get going in documenting FOR and AS learning
You can also following this pre-established sequence, if you crave a little more structure. 🙂
Each challenge has step-by-step directions as well as examples of other bloggers.
All you need to get started is to click your way through to the Documenting4Learning Blogging Challenge!
Challenge 1 – Write an “About Me” Page
Challenge 2 – Notecard Confession Video
Challenge 3 – Capture Learning
Challenge 4 – Interview
Challenge 5 – The 1-Day-Blue Challenge
Challenge 6 – Screencasting
Challenge 7 – Learning Goals?
Challenge 8 – Quote
Challenge 9 – Your “Life as a Reader”
Challenge 10 – Sketchnote – Out of Your Comfort Zone
Challenge 11 – Video Scavenger Hunt
Challenge 12 – Book Review
Challenge 13 – 30-Second Video #eduin30
Challenge 14 – A Day in Your Life
Challenge 15 – Learn-Reflect-Share
Challenge 16 – Share 5 Favorite Blogs You Read
Challenge 17 – Amplify Your Reflection
Challenge 18 – 5 Potential Future Blog Posts