|11 – 17 April
This week, we have the opportunity to catch up and reflect. The course may seem to consist of a lot of meetings and activities, but a major part of it is what happens in between. Therefore, this week does not contain any common scheduled events and since you are all busy people, you probably have one or two things in the course that you need to catch up with.Your group has been working for five weeks and you have hopefully written your first two blog posts. These are a few questions to ponder:
(You could also possibly want to have another look at the course requirements, here, to see what is expected of you.)
At this point, one or two of you may have noticed that the initial frustration or feeling of clumsiness and awkwardness in relation to some of the tools etc has somehow lessened. We believe this is due to the fact that you DO things, that the course is authentic in that you are put in the place of real students and immerse yourself in the material provided in/found through the course. We often put it as “the course IS the course” and the result of it all mostly depends on what you do with it.
Wish you all a lovely week! 🌿
By the end of this topic, you will have had the opportunity to
The reflective week does not include any common scheduled activities.
Open learners are invited via email to two optional reflective sessions:
By the end of this week I have: