I’ve had a brilliant time completing the tasks throughout this program. I chose Slideshare to present some highlights from the last 12 weeks but sadly had no success with embedding the video’s. My plan is to trial this presentation with a variety of other tools over the next week to see if I can get some animation up and running. This isn’t the end of my blogging adventure, but now I need to step back and have a think…
I’ve discovered so many wonderful educators out there, in the blogosphere, who are creating and sharing an enormous amount of information about education. So, these thoughts have been racing around my head:
-What will be the specific focus of my blog?
-How do I create unique content that is of value to others?
-How will I attract and maintain interest in the blog?
-Do I need to reveal more about my identity in order to build genuine online relationships?
-How do I maintain my interest when I know that people are visiting but not commenting?
-How often do I need to post?…etc, etc
For the rest of this year I’m not able to use all of the wonderful Web 2.0 tools in the classroom. However, Cloud9 Tutoring has evolved as a result of the VicPLN program. I’ve only just put myself online, to voluntarily tutor students in Maths and Science. I wonder if anyone is interested to have a go?
Now that I have a PLN…I would love some feedback about my blogging questions and how to distract the hoards of students on Facebook who need to chat about Maths and Science.
Thank you so much to everyone involved in the planning and delivery of the VicPLN Program….and a special thanks to our mentor extraordinaire, Judith Way.
We’re in for a real treat this weekend…The Reform Symposium…see you there!