A Final Summary of Learning
A Few Quick Thoughts
I have to say, the Summary of Learning project is always a task that I feel the least comfortable with. Luckily, Durston came to the rescue and brought me on board for a second time to work on our Summary of Learning together. I’ll get more into the details soon here, but I just wanted to send a quick mention out to him first1 Anyways, back to the point here, the Summary of Learning is the project which I always feel the least satisfied with. Not because of the project itself, but more so because of my incessant need to get better at them, and to one day eventually make the list. This is my last course in the Master’s of Educational Technology and Media Certificate, so although I didn’t make that goal (yet), I can say for sure that I have progressed, learned, and got more confident with the task at hand now. A special thanks to Jennifer, and Alyssa for checking in often and seeing how my Summary of Learning is going. Their support and positivity do not go unnoticed and are greatly appreciated!
Summary of Learning
A Little Update
The summary of learning project is something that always stresses me out. I spend a lot of time throughout the semester ensuring that I have put a lot of effort and reflection into my blog posts each week, as well as using my tracker form to ensure that I am getting to all of my peer’s required posts for that week. I try to go over and above and comment on absolutely every post, but I am human, and sometimes I can’t get to all of the extras. Over the course of the next few weeks (or until the course personal evaluation comes out), I will continue to comment on the mandatory blog posts for the week, as well as try to get to any and all of the additional optional posts as well.
EC&I 833: Summary of Learning
A Jeopardy-Style Game
Okay, team, I know we didn’t have to post anything for this, but I wanted to say a few things about my Summary of Learning. When I was thinking of what to do, I wanted to try something that was more mid-tech, as last semester I tried doing something a little bit more high tech with my second ever attempt at making and editing a video (watch here) and I wanted to do something different. However, with that being said, I didn’t take into account that making a Jeopardy-style game using PowerPoint would make a file too large to embed in my blog post. Before I panicked, I reached out to our EC&I833 discord group, and Raquel was quick to try to help me out. Although none of our ideas ended up working, I decided that I would upload it to a Google Drive Folder and make the folder open to anyone with the link to view. Does this work? Yup. But are there a few things that aren’t ideal? Yup.