Last year, I developed a course for the Educational Technology Masters Program at Boise State University entitled the Social Networked Learner. Most of the students in this graduate course are classroom teachers. This course explored collaborative and emergent pedagogies, tools, and theory related to the use of social networks in learning environments. Participants gain hands-on experience with a variety social networking tools, create their own personal learning networks, and have an opportunity to develop a MOOC-inspired course for their learners. I described it in detail in Educators as Social Networked Learners.
This post describes some of their reactions and reflections of the course. As their final project, the students were asked to reflect on their course learning considering questions such as:
- Which types of social networks did you find most useful in your learning process? What were some of the strongest relationships you built and how were they built?
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