This is the culminating activity for the Experimenter module.

Which activities did you choose? Write a reflection on your blog to share your experience. What did you use to experiment?  Why did you choose to do whatever you did? How will you use the new ideas, formats or approaches that you experimented with when you are designing learning experiences?

Describe:

  • What you did.
  • How you did it (what tools and resources).
  • Why you chose those activities to experiment with.
  • How your “experiments” turned out.
  • What worked well.
  • What you would do differently.

Add graphics and videos where appropriate. Come up with a jazzy title. Add an openly licenced and featured image. Tweet a link to your published blog post to @ontarioextend and be sure to include the hashtag  #oextend

Hopefully experimenting was both fun and enlightening. If you have any ideas about experimenting you’d like to share, be sure to tweet to @ontarioextend with the hashtag #oextend or send an email to extend@ecampusontario.ca

Activity Source

image credit: “No lab coats in the cafeteria!” flickr photo by littlegreenfroggy https://flickr.com/photos/littlegreenfroggy/8225048861 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license

 

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9 Responses Completed for this Activity

  • Teacher as Experimenter (Lynn Chartrand, @lynn_chartrand)

    My thoughts on the 21st century educator as an experimenter, educator and students learning together.

  • Diving Cap ON! (Jennifer Rouse Barbeau, @JenRouseBarbeau)

    Diving Cap ON! https://www.flickr.com/photos/patsch/8298705214/in/photolist-dDk2Wo-bczzmk-mSmqKA-9i9DPE-66RXCx-npCEzt-98cCUt-8RfUUX-5DWhJr-E1mRY-7C5heL-dBtQf6-dDhJBC-8v2xUY-7d3tgi-5Ub2Yf-deeZtE-dfgVjs-5f5b3m-aaq9SW-98fMnL-5f5aZL-dDfzzv-dDfqX6-5y4QUb-buLTwA-6Vbwsz-5DXAie-5E2MSm-7dxZJj-2h5t15-3KBTjc-az9BUi-2acc1aB-reM2Y6-reM4eT-aa5KuD-bxJeLV-a8rUPU-8ceHhb-bjPmHj-aftyiT-4BRjfS-7wyToB-cFvgLE-4GxJDe-tv1S5u-9wA8Qg-7iBWma-reCr98 (Illustration by Patrik Tschudin, flickr.com, unchange, retrieved from https://bit.ly/2uVdRO1)   I took 3 deep dives in Module 5! Find out which at https://docs.google.com/document/d/16GSMHSocmq2Yt7-Ozkfme7tn6YvI44b3z-8IAYPdPVc/edit?usp=sharing      

  • Particulates…what are they? (Pamela Koski Bryant, @BryantKoski)

    Describe: What you did. I Found a Wikipedia article in your discipline that has inaccurate or inadequate information, go to the discussion page and suggest a revision. How you did it (what tools and resources). the internet links that were provided. Why you chose those activities to experiment with. it was easy, as it has… Read more »

  • Experimenting with the Experimenter Module (Melanie Lefebvre, @ProfMelLefebvre)

    Condiments are extra

  • It's Alive! OE Experimenter Module Reflection (Mel Young, @melyoung00)

    I put all the Experimenter module into one post. Read it all here 🙂

  • Lab Report (Sidney, @data_professor)

    For this module, I experimented with a number of new technologies. I created an animated GIF without using photoshop (which was fun and easy, I will probably use these for my course material development in the future) and I also played around with http://www.googlelittrips.org/ which seems like a really neat idea. As a huge fan of… Read more »

  • Reporting on Experiments (Steven Secord, @stevensecord)

    My blog post describes how and why I choose the experiments that I did.

  • Reflecting on Experimenting (Irene Stewart, @IrenequStewart)

    Experimenting as a way of practicing out loud.

  • I'm an Experimenter! Fanning the Flames of Learning (Helen DeWaard, @hj_dewaard)

    Here’s a report on experimentations I’ve made into digital tools for teaching and learning. It includes links to experimentations with virtual communities, people and ideas with whom my experimentations continue! I invite you to experiment with me at any time.

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