Unit 3, Activity 1, The Value of Reflection

For this unit’s reflection, several questions were posed, I have selected two to structure my thoughts. What was the most surprising thing that you learned by participating in the design thinking process and designing and developing your digital learning...

LRNT527 Reflection

In reflecting on my journey so far through LRNT527, I have found the course to be reaffirming of my values around design, as well as helping me to better navigate and reframe my approach to the design thinking process as I develop a Digital Learning Resource (DLR). I...

Emotions in Reflective Practice

Boud, Keogh, and Walker’s (1985) model of reflection invites a view of reflective practice that is grounded in our emotions. I’ve taken this model as a beginning format in order to enable myself to reflect back on the work that we have undertaken in LRNT...

Designing Courses

Reflection is not a skill that I naturally possess, but it is something that I value.  With every experience, be it my own or one that I am a part of, I am learning to look back and see what went well and what could use improvement.  In my mind, there are always items...

Digital Learning Resource

Humans and Technology for K-12 Learning: Combinatorial Creativity This is two-part webinar, aiming to share research and ideas with teachers as they navigate the challenges of trying to meet their students’ learning needs in online, face-to-face, AND hybrid learning...

Reflections on Design Thinking

Over the last several years, I have had many opportunities to design learning events for both law firms and municipal environments.   These programs have always been facilitated face to face rather than online.  I designed learning by (a) determining the needs of the...