Summary of Learning

Throughout ECMP I have gained so much valuable knowledge about the online world. Prior to this class I was a complete noob and was uniformed in so many areas. Prior to this class I did not blog, nor did I use twitter, nor did I use any educational apps. Since taking this class I now […]

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NETWORKED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING: KEY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LEARNING OF OTHERS

Photo Credit: cbucky Flickr via Compfight cc Teaching is a profession that requires careful reflection and ongoing professional development in order to stay up-to-date on current ways of teaching and learning. Furthermore, as professionals, we seek personal learning networks (PLNs) to work collaboratively with other educators with similar interests as us from both near and far. … Continue reading NETWORKED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING: KEY CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE LEARNING OF OTHERS

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Sometimes, there’s not substitute for human interaction

This is my final post wrapping up my learning project for ECMP355. By learning to play chess, I learned a lot about learning (that makes sense, right?)  What I mean is that I’m taking away so much more than knowledge of playing a game. I rediscovered a lot about the actual process of learning. I … Continue reading “Sometimes, there’s not substitute for human interaction”

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ECMP 355 Contributions

At the beginning of the semester I was skeptical about how this online class would turn out for a number of reasons. I am a pretty quiet, shy person,  I was not too familiar with any of the students in the class, and in addition I am a rookie when it comes to using technology. […]

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