OLDS-MOOC Learning Journal - Tabitha
A learning journal to capture my experience of the OLDS MOOC 2013
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9 January 2013
This is Tabitha's OLDS-MOOC Learning Journal
Tabitha works in elearning academic development, supporting teachers to creatively use VLEs to engage students in learning using a social constructivist model. She helps teachers to familiarise, choose and effectively use ICT tools to provide a learning centred approach with their students, developing digital literacy whilst creating a sense of connectedness. Additionally, Tabitha works as an Education Design Consultant for HRDNZ, a Moodle Partner and contributes to the MoodleMoot conferences internationally.
Winner of the NZ Open Source Contributor Award 2010, Tabitha contributes to one laptop per child (olpc) and SugarLabs, volunteering at Pacific deployments and coordinating the efforts of the volunteer testing community in New Zealand since mid 2008. Her involvement stems from her interest in creating opportunities for learners to take a lead in their own education as active, empowered participants in richer forms of learning community. Tabitha is also interested in openness and its potential to encourage learners to be both creators and consumers in knowledge production.
23:08 on 9 January 2013
So maybe I am getting confused, but it seems we are making lots of clouds in different cloudscapes. I have to wonder if this is the best way to organise the content and contributions for the MOOC. If in just the first days activities you have already been working in several cloudscapes then I really have to wonder just how many you will have to manage by the end of the course.
01:56 on 10 January 2013
So, do I, I am very confused with these clouds ...
16:08 on 10 January 2013