Try to remember a learning experience that you liked or a course that made you feel good. Try to explain the reasons why, focusing on the following aspects:
What was the course content?
How did the teacher of introduce it?
What did you learn?
What activities/tasks were used?
How did the teacher treat you and the rest of the students?
How would you describe the relationship between the students?
Can you relate any of these aspects to what you consider a good learning and teaching experience? Please share your experience with the proPIC community through the Slack channel #EPActivity1.
ACTIVITY 2: CREATE A MIND MAP
Put together all the concepts mentioned and explained in the video clips, creating a mind map or diagram that summarizes them. You can also connect these concepts with some other teaching terms or concepts that you come to your mind. You can use texts, shapes, figures or images.
I created my mind map down below with Mindmeister, a digital mind mapping tool which was presented to us by our teacher Isabel Murillo-Wilstermann during the first study week of the proPIC course. When Isabel introduced us to the tool, I especially liked the possibility to contribute to one mind map with several people.
In this tutorial we have shown you how to set up, create and develop your own e-portfolio. After discussing a definition of the term and key concepts of what teaching e-portfolios are based upon, we focused on the digital communicative features that characterize e-portfolios. We have highlighted some strategies, tools and platforms to create your e-portfolio. At this point, after the prep-activities that you have been doing in this tutorial, you are completely equipped to finish creating your starting point.
I decided to create an extra page for the starting point of my reflections because it is the basis of this whole project which is why it deserves its own space in this portfolio. You can find my reflections under STARTING POINT as well as a short list of my goals and expectations for the proPIC project.