I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!
As the weeks have passed my group (Stephanie and Twana) and I have been working away at making our medical terminology course prototype. I have blogged about this in several other posts along the way and feel we have kept a steady pace to get this done.
As this week fasted approached, we are in the final stages of tweaking and editing. As Nancy has mentioned in her blog, I can also relate as I may have started to lose energy, interest, or both. This could be because life can get in the way at times. However, I have found this assignment practical and very relevant.
Since the first week of this assignment, when I initially posted of our plans, I thought I had a handle on how I wanted this prototype to look. I wanted to make this a project that would be meaningful for my learning but also meaningful in my day to day work. However, after learning about the different platforms and finding the one that would work best for us, we modified our plans from moodle to canvas. The three of us have blog posts that explains our reasons for this decision (Melinda’s, Twana’s and Stephanie’s). Moreover, I wanted to use moodle because it is the LMS platform that we use in my job. I thought creating this assignment within that platform would be most valuable and transferable. However, we found it difficult to navigate and the mission was aborted. Below is my powtoon clip that I had so much fun creating to announce we had decided to change our minds.
This was the first of many decisions that required changes along the way. We attempted to try many different tools and strategies to produce the course we all envisioned. As I
have said, we are in the final stages of tweaking and editing and feel we have reached our goal, vision and intent of this assignment.
Just as Liz has mentioned in her blog this week, the beginning of a longer final countdown is on. Our final learning summaries are fast approaching as well. I am fortunate to also be working with Twana and Stephanie on this as well. I am ever so grateful for Twana’s organization and planning ahead, because we also started thinking and working on this at an early stage. We are planning a group meeting this weekend to finalize our ideas and start to put this plan into action. We as a group are excited to produce and focus more on a great final learning summary now. I have heard so much about this assignment and have even watch many amazing ones produced by my peers. The pressure is on for sure!
What are you plans for your summary of learning? Have you thought about it? Any tips or tricks for the new kid on the block? Should New Kids on the Block be part of my learning summary? Here is a hint to what we might be up to for our learning summary!!