What have I learn’t on my DLT journey
I have learn’t many things on my journey in the DLT environment. Where there is requirements on what is needed to have have adobe connect running to sanctification. What it takes to get that sort of learning environment to others around the globe without having to travel and meet people face to face. The resources are abundant you have access to it all around the internet eg Youtube, twitter, blog spots and more.
There are different techniques to get learning out there with the use of pedagogies eg case based learning, game based learning, etc. We all have a different styles of learning things like with VAKOG Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Olfactory and Gustatory. Talking about gustatory I am hungry for some learning and also for some food. 🙂
What I liked about my DLT journey
I liked that we had a little field trip to the music class and learn’t about how digital technology is used there. The sharing there is amazing. I liked the use of Adobe connect where I can access it online from anywhere where I have internet and a device to use it on. I enjoyed how I can make use of blogs, Twitter, Youtube more for learning.
I have put my CV up online still needs some updating. I have learn’t to link my pages together from different sites, this is quite handy as I and others can jump from on website about me to another.
Things that I think need improving
What I feel that is needed for improvements are that more digital learning tech to be integrated to the learning in the future classes. More improvements to the wikieducator will be nice, improved navigation where students can navigate around better. I hear some students have trouble at finding their way through the wiki.
I like the improvement you have made on EIT online Digital Learning coarse page. Tabbing the sections really helps. Looks much cleaner.
Youtube link to making a charm bracelet
Below is a comment I have made on the wikieducator page.
I have found an interesting tutorial Youtube video on how to make a DIY bracelet. DIY I believe stands for Do it yourself. The video has a interesting introduction of the instructor picking up her bracelet she dropped on the road and tucking herself under an on coming bus without getting hit. Then she proceeds clearly on how to make a DIY bracelet with her attractive accent. The camera was executed nicely showing the details closely with added effects of video editing detailing how it is done and showing the measurements. Audio was very clear which made the tutorial interesting.
The target audience will be mainly be female, there maybe some male audiences that are interested in making bracelets. Young girls may find interest in learning as well. The instructions are simple to follow for the average audience. It is interesting having the little introduction at the start to entertain the audience and make them feel some wow and humour. The close up of the bracelet being made is interesting with the video editing, showing arrows and measurements and other shapes
Here is the link on the wikieducator for the turorial http://wikieducator.org/VirtualMV/Digital_Learning_Technologies/Online_Courseware_Examples
How I felt
I have learn’t how to make a DIY bracelet with simple steps to follow by the instructor Sara. It is enjoyable to watch and I recommend it to the target audience who are interested in making the bracelets.
There are other tutorials the Youtuber has made if you are interested in making more jewelry.