4.4 Tools for Reflection
Blogging is probably one of the easiest platforms to share your thoughts publicly, but reflecting doesn’t necessarily mean having to write a long piece. You can record a video or audio podcast, publish a series of tweets, draw a webcomic, keep a photo journal, create an infographic, etc. What follows are examples of open reflection in different formats. Have a look at them and select the tool you will use to capture your reflection in Activity 19.
Activity 18: Choosing Tools for Reflection (30 minutes)
- Using Storify
- Becoming an open educator
- Day 1: Blackboard T&L Conference #BbTLC2014
- Sheila MacNeill’s notes from Stephen Downes’ keynote at University of Greenwich APT Conference, July 2014
- How open research works
- One World, One Web
- What do you want kids to do with technology?
Further reading and useful links
For creating infographics:
Mr O'Pen Blogs his Experiences