Reflections on Reflections

INTRO

I saw a tweet about tips for something. A casual tap later and, “Register here for access”. What? Dissonance.

Photo of paint splatter on a long playing record

Give up personal information and.. SPLAT!

VISIBLE LEARNING

Seen the hashtag #WOL on Twitter? It means Work Out Loud. We're encouraged to learn from each other through sharing our doing. It puts the invisible, ideas and decision making, into the open. We can learn from each other.

IT'S PEOPLE

@MegBertapelle posted reflections on the eLearning Guild's DevLearn conference on @stipton's Learning Rebel blog. DevLearn Is about people: asking questions, sharing answers and results. Learning alone makes for a one-sided experience.

Photo of a teacher setting up a classroom presentation

It's just space without people.

OUTRO

Learning new stuff can be easy or hard. It doesn't have to be lonely. Curious about something, I google. I like asking my PLN for help now and then. Sometimes I risk the spam. At the end of it all, consider making it visible.

 

 

One thought on “Reflections on Reflections

  1. #WOL I had not heard of this hashtag. It’s brilliant! Work and share! Isn’t that what we’re doing as well? It’s the power of blogs with twitter! Work Out Loud. Thanks for sharing this.

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