This week is the final week for classes. It will be a chance to reflect on the digital teaching and learning paths you have taken through-out this course. It will be an opportunity for you to look forward to paths not yet taken.
The application of reflection in digital spaces can take many formats. In A Rhetoric of Reflection, Kathleen Blake Yancey, explores the affordances and potentials for reflection in multi-modal digital spaces. Being a digital teacher and learning, stretching your own reflective practices can enhance the reflective work you do with students.
How will you construct a reflection of your learning in this course? What biases will you face to reflect in digital spaces?
Resources and sources:
- 15 tools for student reflection on and documentation of learning, Teacher Solutions
- A Rhetoric of Reflection, Kathleen Blake Yancey, 2016