We are moving towards the end of the school year and our coaching cycle. It is time to start thinking about your final reflection of working around documenting learning and making learning visible, meaningful, shareable and amplified. By now you know, that I am an advocate for self-directed and self-motivated learning. Metacognition and reflection is […]
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We have a variety of book titles as part of the OJCS Book Club, all connected in some shape or form to the now literacies and skills, learning how to learn and teach for the 22nd century and the future of education. The idea is to have an opportunity to experience and experiment with “social […]
Below you will find a curated collection of the contributed tweets during the 18 days.
During the Documentation Phase, you might capture different media. Images are an easy and fast way to capture visible and sometimes “not so visible” evidence of learning. As with other media, there are a few things to consider to: protect someone else’s privacy observe digital citizenship etiquette minimize post-documentation editing time and effort Here are […]
During Documentation Phase The actual moment of documentation changes one’s perspective when one is cognizant of the task of later reflecting and sharing that same moment. One does not just glance over moments, but strategically becomes aware of documentation opportunities that later on will help tell a particular story. The eye is honed to be […]
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 […]
Here is the slide deck from our webinar on November 14 Introducing the Cohort from the German school in Buenos Aires, Argentina Cohort Goethe members on Twitter Cohort Goethe Blogs Rodd Lucier, from the Clever Sheep blog, published a post titled Seven Degrees of Connectedness. You can find the infographic, I created with his permission below.