Final Reflections…

You Have Chosen…Wisely I know my classmates have likely heard about the work I do with WIL/ Co-op students a fair bit, so I will not trudge down that path again. However, sitting here writing a final reflection piece to the LRNT 525 course, something has me thinking...

Final reflections on learning throughout this course

At the end of the course, I would say it looks to me like a long journey for the past 8 weeks, which is a stairway a repository of knowledge about leadership in the digital learning environment, not limited to the academic theories, but also the empirical knowledge...

Unit 4, Activity 3 | Final Reflections

When I entered into the MALAT program, I hoped that it would help me transition from a career in social services to education. I wanted to become an instructor, so I was happy to get an opportunity to collaborate with other instructors and learn from them. What I...

Unit 4, Activity 3: Final Reflections

This course has been a walk down memory lane as I’ve reflected on my past experiences with leadership, change, and project management. Some memories have been insightful, some have been frustrating as I recognize what some of my past leaders, project managers, and...

Final Reflection on Leadership

In my initial post on leadership, I focused on the quality of understanding as being desirable among leaders. This post was based largely as my own experiences as an employee and administrator. Now, at the end of Leading Change in Digital Learning course, I do believe...

Looking back on Leadership | 525

  Upon reflection of the leadership in digital learning, I have learned that the same task can be preformed and completed with success in various paths. Gone are the days of pleading ignorance to the current processes. Those before us, had used best judgement to...

Individual assessment plan – Implications for Change

New challenge facing my organization According to statistics collected from 6 years of continuous survey, undergraduate students and above remain the dominant group of prospective students (73% of the total students continuing their student careers abroad); however,...

Reflection on Leadership

Note. This post is intended to be reflective only. Sometimes it’s nice to write a post without worrying about academic support, and since I’m rather tired of reading academic papers at the moment, I thought I’d treat this post as a therapeutic,...

Reflecting On Leadership

I Don’t Need A Pantsuit Afterall “DIY Hanging Copper Hat Rack” by apairandaspare is licensed under CC BY 2.0 After reflecting and contemplating the knowledge given to me regarding leadership and change theory in this latest course, I have decided...

Wrap up and thank you!

by Michelle Harrison.  As we come to the end of the course I look forward to seeing more of your reflections on the journey you have had through some of the theories and practices around leadership, introducing and managing change, and planning and incorporating...