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Reflecting on your learning

This week we encourage you to reflect on what you have learned, on the things that you have tried, and the ways that you have connected with others during #oclmooc. Please share your reflection in the #oclmooc Twitter feed and in the Google+ community so that others can view it, be inspired by it and comment on it.

Your reflection, just like your learning experience will probably be different than anyone else’s reflection.

If you would like some ideas to get you started, here are some reflections posted at the end of #etmooc:

Alec Couros, who was the lead learner in etmooc, and who is the special guest in our final webinar at 7 pm mountain time on October 30th has his students create final reflections for his Technology in Education undergraduate course. Here are some examples of reflections from his students.

Global Read Aloud Webinar tonight

Please join us tonight, October 14th at 7pm mountatin time, for a webinar about The Global Read Aloud Project, with special guests Pernille Rip and Kelli Holden. Here’s Pernelle talking about the project:

We’ll be using Blackboard Collaborate for this event, here is the link to join the session between 7-8pm on Tuesday October 14th.

If you need a reminder of how to connect to blackboard collaborate click here.

Digital Citizenship Hangout

Today, Sunday October 5th at 1pm mountain time, join Susan Spellman Cann and others for a Google Hangout to answer any questions you have and discuss digital citizenship.

You need a G+ account to join in the conversation, here is a link to the event. If you’re not very familiar with Google Hangouts, you might find this information useful.

Suggested activities Friday October 3rd

Friday October 3rd is another fun day for learning and creating, but really you can do these activities anytime throughout the week.

Recommended activities:

You can go to Haiku Deck’s website by clicking here.

  • Use smore to share your ideas about digital citizenship. You can see a few examples below. We hope you have fun doing your own:

Example 1

Example 2

  • Create an About Me page or think about updating your existing page. You can sign in to their page to see how.

Digital Citizenship webinar tonight, October 2nd

Thursday October 2nd we hope you’ll join us in Blackboard Collaborate from 7-8pm mountain time to hear two amazing speakers.

  1. Matthew Johnson from Media Smarts will present first.
  2. Paige Woodard a university student who is a Digital Citizenship advocate will present second. Paige blogs at .

Then you will have an opportunity to ask them both questions.

Click here to join the Blackboard Collaborate session between 7-8pm mountain time on Thursday October 2nd.

If you need a reminder of how to connect to blackboard collaborate click here.



Need a Digital Citizenship break? Click here.

Were you able to stay focused? It is important for all of us to take time to breathe when involved in a MOOC.