Your final reflections for this course will include the work you have done for this course (as part of your ENGAGED LEARNING) as well as a way to finalize your digital Portfolio. The purpose of reflection is to continue the process from novice to expert learner.
FIRST: review each of the pages from the course site and connect the information, topics, content to your own digital portfolio.
THEN: apply the focus questions to create your final reflection. Use the guiding questions provided in the graphic below. This framework comes from an infographic Novice vs. expert learners, written by Peter Skillen and posted to his blog site HERE: Peter Skillen's blog post.
NEXT: Create a summary of your learning in a multi-modal, digital format of your choice. Post this summary learning to your Digital Portfolio along with your blog post. Alternatively, if you do not want to post it to your Portfolio you can send it directly to me via email.
FINALLY: create a reflective blog post on your Digital Portfolio blog titled Five Things I Know For Sure. The focus will be on the essential skills that moved you from novice to expert in your understanding about digital teaching and learning.
Work through these sections and respond to the questions proposed. This can be done in point form written notes, infographic, concept map, audio response, slide deck, video-story or any other multi-modal presentation format.