e-Learning Activity - Learning reflection
|Course dashboard for #OCL4Ed|
|Educators care: Why open matters?|
|Video Signpost - David Wiley | Ownership of ideas | Defining OER | OER benefits and myths | Summary and activity | 2nd Learning reflection|
e-Learning activity summary
|0.5 - 1 hour|
|Linked to the participation component of the course assignment|
|Support resources on reflective writing|
- Consult the resources on reflective writing above for ideas and examples of learning reflections.
- Think about the concepts of open education and open educational resources. Revisit your prior experience and knowledge of the topic you are writing about and consider how and why you think the way you do.
- Think about WHAT you have learned but also HOW you learned it
- Think about your response or reaction to the new knowledge and insights derived from the course materials you have studied and websites you visited during this learning sequence.