I woke early with some neat idea that related Moon (2005) on reflection in H.E. to effort and some student being upset about wanting all her ‘effort’ to count … it hadn’t.
I sketched a mini-knowledge map thingey, made coffee, then … well, 90 minutes later I have read all forum entries and nudged two tasks forward, as well as reading all ‘fringe’ forums and followed a long-standing promise to comment on fellow students’ blogs (some, not all) and I’ve done this. So I have at least mentioned what I had on my mind when I stirred into consciousness.
I have the following to work with:
- Tutor Guided
- Course Guided
As playing with toys is more fun than work I may do one of several things:
Doodle on my Mind Map (its on cartridge paper in a sketch pad so it invites embellishment)
Stick it on or in Compendium (which would be like using a chain-saw to prune back the stunted lavender at the front of the house)
or have a go with …
Thanks for that Lesley. It took me less than 20 seconds to pick this out of our week one forum.
Oh the joys of playing in the OU sandpit.
Moon, J (2004), ‘Using reflective learning to improve the impact of short courses and workshops’, Journal Of Continuing Education In The Health Professions, 24, 1, pp. 4-11, CINAHL, EBSCOhost.