I am amazed by this week’s topic and required readings. I have just realized that we borrow certain beliefs and reproduce them in our daily conversations without really understanding some of them. For example, if it is not on Google, it does not exist, or “we have become obsessed with being offline more than ever before.” Nathan Jurgenson also affirms that “[w]e can’t log off” anymore. Really, Nathan? Continue reading “Digital dualism mindset”
Yep, this post will disappear in 24 hours, and I need to make sure you can read it in 10 seconds or less. Ready? Go!
This video is the final assignment for the course on Social Media and Open Education. Enjoy it!
Since I will be taking one more course with Dr. Couros, stay tuned for the upcoming blog posts in January 2018.
In the meantime, you can find me on Twitter. :)
One of the assignments for the course EC&I 831 (Social Media & Open Education) was a Major Digital Project. Students had two options for this assignment: a) integrate social media into one’s teaching practice, or b) learn something and share the progress in an open online space. My first thought was to put an old idea into practice (option a): create a YouTube Channel, in Portuguese, to share effective strategies for academic success. Ten days later, Continue reading “My learning project: Final thoughts”
“Learning is a journey, not a destination.” – unknown author
My journey continues… and you can follow it on my Instagram.