Week 5: February 6 - 12
In week 5, participants will reflect as a team by creating a collaborative book using Book Creator (free account). One of the members will set up a Canva group for the team and add each team member so they can create images, presentation, cover for the book, and add the following items:
- The team's team policy and a bit about the process
- How the team chose the debate topic.
- Team debate lesson
- Images of the content of the debate
- Curation Walls of each member.
- Team Reflections
They will add the link to the collaborative book (individually) on their individual curation walls and in the discussion forum below.
Participants will also complete a reflection questionnaire and a feedback form. Once they complete the tasks of the course, they will be able to access their final certificate.
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Please click on the "start a new discussion topic, add a title and add your message. Don't forget to save your message.
Receive a gradeParticipants will showcase the work they did in weeks 1-4 and reflect on the process using a screen sharing recorder and curation wall from the list, below.
- Choose a screen recorder from the list below.
- Go back to weeks 1-4 of the course.
- Take us on a tour of the work you had done in weeks 1-4.
- Go over the tasks and reflect on the process and what you learned.
- Include the videos you created in your curation wall.
- Share the link to your curation wall by pasting it in this discussion forum.
- Reply to at least one other participant's post.
Receive a grade
Sign up for or sign in to a Voki account and use the avatar with your voice (in real time or upload an MP3) or by text to speech that is there to reflect on the process of developing and designing a course collaboratively.
Share the challenges and benefits of the 5-week EVO session and share the link of your Voki reflection in this discussion forum. Just copy and paste the link.
Use the following login details so you can have unlimited time and other pro features for free:
Kalir, J. R. (2020). Designing a social learning analytics tool for open annotation and collaborative learning.
Please reflect on the course by responding to the following questions.