This semester I learnt a lot about myself, and I learnt a lot about educational technology from my classmates. I am sad that this class is coming to an end because I found that I learnt so much about how to use technology in my future classroom. I also enjoyed being able to read resources and information from my classmates through their blogs and Twitter. In times like this I now know just how important it is to stay connected. As an almost teacher I have began to realize how important it is to compile resources, and this class was great for me to find resources.
I found that I contributed to others learning on two main platforms: my twitter and my blog.
On Twitter I contributed to others learning by sharing different resources that I found on applications such as Feedly. I also found different resources on Twitter. One aspect of my educational philosophy revolves around inclusion. Inclusion is extremely important to me and I have become extremely passionate about it. I did my Internship in a Functionally Integrated Program (FIP), where I learnt just how important inclusion is. Throughout my Twitter I wanted to ensure that I had posts about inclusion and how it benefits everyone. I have attached some screenshots of tweets that I made about inclusion below.
On my Twitter I also shared different resources that I mainly found on Feedly. Through Feedly I found different websites that had different tips to help with technology and other education related material. Everything that I shared I thought would be really useful to others, as I found it useful. Below I have attached some tweets that I made sharing different resources.
The main way that I contributed to others learning through blogs was by using my own prior knowledge. If someone was writing a learning project post on something I had some knowledge on I was always willing to help if they needed. I would also share tips about crocheting because that is what I was doing for my learning project. If someone mentioned in their blog that they were struggling with something and I knew how to possibly help them I would give them tips. Below I have attached pictures of different blogs I commented on.
Thank you for reading my blog and following along on my journey through Edtech 300!