Completing the empathy map helped clarify pain points and gain points for students in both the F2F course and online courses I teach. Focusing on what I believe are the responses to key points – what students say, do, hear, feel, see, and think as they progress through a course offering. While pre-course surveys help… Read more »
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This response includes a full reflection on the SECTIONS framework for the use of the digital tool Slack for an online course in Critical Digital Literacy in a Faculty of Education elective course. While the use of Slack is relatively new in the education sector, it’s use in business environments is stable and growing. Using… Read more »
My beginning steps to creating a PLN.
This is a story – in five frames. This DS106 links to tasks for course work relating to visual literacy and then to Alan Levine’s Five Card Flickr story generator.
It’s a curation of issues from The Catch where links, messages and images include a mention or a submission.
This map, done in Google Draw, is framed in the Visitors & Residents model for web engagement. The Twitter handle for some people within each personal learning network.
Though this map needs more work before presenting it to the students, I have hope that it might spark some ideas for the students of how things are connected and it might prove to be a useful practice activity for them. Student often compartmentalise what they learn about science – this goes is this box… Read more »
In analytical instrumentation the students needs to make solutions of the appropriate concentration for a specific element using compounds. Often the students miscalculate what they need to weigh out because they forget that the element is only part of the compound. My analogy relates the element to sleeves of a shirt.
Using Coggle I created a visual representation of my #Extend PLN and wrote about the experience in a blog post.
A look around the table of a recent project to identify information gaps that students may experience when transitioning to college.