So far we have all been on a high from the beginning of this week. We have plenty of evidence that learning in the open can be exciting, stimulating and engaging. Learning with others is possible if we make it personal and find bridges to connect with others in meaningful ways. When we show interest and also reach out and help others. Last night’s tweetchat was another fast rollercoaster after the initial hiccups with twitter, and helped us all to discuss and debate collaboration but also cooperate and collaborate.
The storify from last nights topic on collaborating is HERE
Tonight’s tweetchat will be a fun and enjoyable ending to the week, we hope you can join us – it will focus mainly on creative and celebratory tasks. You might want to download an app in preparation. Here are some suggestions:
- Photoshop mix
- Instagram Stories
Others? This is just a starter for 10. Feel free to share the one you are using.
If you just discovered BYOD4L or Bring Your Own Device For Learning this is a short introduction to it. BYOD4L is an open bite-size facilitated learning event offered over 5 days. Today is our last day but still plenty of time to join in! Each day we will focus on a different topic. You can also choose to move between the topics at a time convenient to you. For each topic you should go to the topic page.
Today’s topic is CREATING & CELEBRATING – Here you will find two scenarios to reflect upon and suggested activities to engage with. For further details about this and the other activities, please check out the Creating Topics page.
Feel free to add further scenarios and suggest other activities too.
Go to the Tools page to learn about the tools we recommend you engage with to reflect upon the activities you complete. Add your suggestions in the comments section.
Do include the course hashtag #BYOD4L in all Tweets, Blog posts and Instagram photos you create.
We look forward to Day 5 together.
The BYOD4L team
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