How have I contributed to the learning of others in EDTC300? Check out this google doc to see all of my Twitter posts, blog comments and Slack contributions throughout the semester, give or take a few (I'm only human and sometimes I forget to screenshot things).
My most significant Twitter posts are these:
I selected these for a few reasons. The tweet that tagged Debbie Silver (top left) was a Twitter live that I watched. She is an American author that I saw present at the Middle Years Conference in 2018, so when I saw that she was speaking live I needed to watch! This tweet got me a new follower, as you can see in the reply, as well as some activity to spread my digital identity a little more.
My next tweet (top right) was one that I personally was struggling with so I was searching for opinions from fellow educators. Even though this was left unsolved, Iram, a colleague in EDTC300 related to my tweet and left a comment. This expands both of our digital identities a little more.
As well, my response to Paige S's tweet (bottom left) offered reassurance and feedback as to what school divisions actually look for, and the meaning of marks in the long run. This response may have been different from a fellow undergrad, but I think experience helped me to support her with this challenge.
Lastly, my tweet that connected to the SAMR model, as we discussed in class, (bottom right) was another significant blog post because it signified to me that I really understood the SAMR model because I could apply it to something I stumbled upon in my own reading.
My most significant blog comments are these three from Nelly, Iram and Logan's blogs:
I feel that these comment offered enough encouragement as they did to push to dig deeper into what they wrote about. After my comment on Iran's blog (middle), she used the resource that I suggested. You can find out how she liked it in this blog post, which I was so happy to see that my suggestion contributed to her learning process.
My experiences, through university courses and teaching has contributed positively to group discussions with peers, as some were just beginning their undergraduate experiences. Additionally, participating in class discussions also provided my classmates with a new perspective or idea related to the conversation.