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Mapping my Learning Connections

Mind Map questions

  • How has your network changed the way you learn?

Even though it helps me tremendously in accessing and storing information quickly, I believe it has decreased my problem solving and/or creativity a little. 570 more words

Reflection on connectivism mind map

(Please see previous post to view mind map)

Creating this mind map was very interesting for me. Generally, I prefer to be independent and try as much as possible not to rely on others. 760 more words

Instructional Design

#RCNYRotaryWalks (around the world!)

Start: October 14th, 2017

Central Park, NY and around the world!

All Rotary Clubs, Rotaract Clubs, Interact Clubs are welcome – it’s a big world! Invite your friends, bring your family, activate your neighbors, reach out –  Let’s do a global walk to create better visibility of our Rotarian values and goals, increase visibility, see what other clubs are doing, and enjoy great fellowship! 97 more words


Week 32 - Changes in my Practice

Titiro whakamuri, kokiri whakamua

Look back and reflect, so you can move forward

Reflective practice is a challenging, demanding, and often trying process that is most successful as a collaborative effort.

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Week 1-Connectivism & ISTE Standards

Here’s to the start of the summer term and a new class, TIE 542 – Digital Tools for Teaching, Learning and Assessment!  While there is no formal requirement to keep a blog for the class, I’ve found the practice quite useful in clarifying and solidifying my thinking in previous classes.   1,033 more words