Wow! I have seen some amazing work from all of you over the last five weeks. This really is such a great course to show off your design skills and I have been floored by the level of detail and creativity in your posts.

Here’s a snapshot of some posts from this course that were memorable for me – it’s not too late to drop some comments and engage in conversations!

Course 3 Project

As always, this week you have time to catch up on any missed posts and/or comments and get to work on your project. If you are stuck on the project please let me know so that I can help you with some ideas! I’m excited to see what you have all come up with – these projects are always a lot of fun.

Here’s what you should have done by the end of the week:

  • One blog post for each week of the course (five posts)
  • One additional blog post reflecting on your final project (for a total of 6 posts). See below for things to consider during final blog post.
  • A final project embedded into your last blog post for Course 3
  • One comment for each week of the course (for a total of 5 comments)

All of these items should be listed on your grading spreadsheet so that I can give you feedback.

Writing a reflective final blog post

When writing your final blog post please remember that it is meant to give us a window into your final project development and your reflections during course 3. You should consider the following questions when you are writing so your post represents your process and connections throughout the course.

  • Why did you choose the option you chose?
  • Why did you choose this topic? These standards?
  • How did you grow as a collaborator and facilitator during Course 3?
  • How was this final project different from or similar to other learning experiences you have designed/facilitated?
  • How does this final project relate to what you learned in Course 3?
  • What has influenced you the most in Course 3 and how is that reflected in your final project?
  • What outcomes do you hope to see when students (or educators) complete this unit? How will you know that students (or educators) have learned the concepts?
  • If you facilitated this experience, how did the learners respond to it? What feedback did you collect to inform future experiences?

Have a great week! I am looking forward to seeing your final projects!