Today I submitted my final assignments for my Mindlab course after 1 year part time study (and full time work/life). This will earn me a postgraduate certificate in Applied Practice (Digital & Collaborative Learning).
A bit of a mouth full.
I explained a little more about it in this post here http://timeawillemse.blogspot.co.nz/2017/11/post-graduate-study-with-mind-lab-1.html
The last 8 posts have all been part of assignment 4. Applied Practice in Context – 15 credits. It was a requirement of the course to post these on a blog and share with a community of your choosing. This could be to only your course moderators, or the student G+ community or if you are an existing blogger like me, with the wider teaching community. Hence the more formal structure.
Thank you for bearing with me through it all.
This course has given me the tools to transition my programme to TAB principles (Teaching artists - not Art) which has been so rewarding.
I have had a lot of Aha! moments as I made changes in my teaching programme over the year and look forward to sharing these with you all.
But first, a little time to rest and incubate (Design Thinking Process), over the Easter break.
|Vincent van Gogh [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons|
Ki Te Aroha (with love)
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