Summary of Personal Learning

Kylie and I decided to make a video for our summary of personal learning. We discussed what we have learned throughout this semester in ECMP 355. Thanks for a great semester.

Here are the Lyrics to the Twelve Days of ECMP:

The Twelve Days of ECMP

On the first day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Blogging with WordPress

On the second day of ECMP my profs presented me:

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the third day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the fourth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the fifth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the sixth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the seventh day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the eighth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Responding with Kahoot

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the ninth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Designing Flyers with S’more

Responding with Kahoot

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the tenth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Mindmapping with Prezi

Designing Flyers with S’more

Responding with Kahoot

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the eleventh day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Searching with Youtube

Mindmapping with Prezi

Designing Flyers with S’more

Responding with Kahoot

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

On the twelfth day of ECMP my profs presented me:

Reminding with Remind

Searching with Youtube

Mindmapping with Prezi

Designing Flyers with S’more

Responding with Kahoot

Tweeting on Twitter

Google Classrooms

Coding with Scratch

Brainscape

Live Binder

iPad Apps

and Blogging with WordPress

Here is our Poem:

T’was the Night Before ECMP

T’was the night before ECMP, when all through the web,

all the user were tweeting, blogging, or so they said.

The computers were ready, just humming away,

in hopes that Alec and Katia soon would be there to stay.

The students were patiently waiting on Blackboard,

while visions of crazy profs would soon be deplored.

All the worries, bad dreams and thoughts of this course,

would be diminished on Wednesday with a strong force.

When on came their voices, the girl and the boy,

the learning began with introductions and joy.

From the beginning remarks on blogging each week,

we all shook in fear at the time; we freaked.

WordPress may be a struggle, at times might be tough,

but the feedback and advice evens it out enough.

Blogging was a hard, frustrating part at first,

but after the others were added we ‘bout burst.

Twitter and hashtags were nothing knew from the start,

but with time it became a routine from the heart.

With personal tweets, hashtags, opinions and thoughts,

Twitters an educational vacation spot.

Feedly was the “E” in EASY for blog reading,

many were helpful, but some were misleading.

With the categories like education and news,

the knowledge we had began expanding and grew.

As the EdTech Package approached us quickly,

the process of us making the groups was tricky.

Molly, Kylie, Shalayne and Paige were a great team,

that put together a package of your dreams.

From Kindergarten classroom to Grade Twelve,

the Ipad is there, without needing 10 shelves.

The inclusive aspect helps allow for freedom,

and eliminates the segregation demon.

The self-learning project helped allow us to escape,

from the homework, large papers with nasty mistakes.

We knitted, baked cupcakes and took photos a lot,

that allowed us to learn and excel like big shots.

There are tools on tools, technology wise,

many people don’t realize, it is a surprise.

From the tools scratch, to brainscape and back to flipgrid,

they all are encouraged and none are forbid.

The Google Plus Community was a new treat,

the overall experience was fairly sweet.

The weekly recordings, unique discussion,

gave teachers some hints; most others a concussion.

The most significant thoughts, ideas given,

would be the advice to keep all the students driven.

It’s not about technology, even though it is,

or talk to strangers, share with them; you’ll become a whiz.

Focus your students on the learning taking place,

the tools are feared, there’s no time to help embrace.

The tools here today, may not be here tomorrow,

but with the connections made you fly like a sparrow.

Throughout the semester, eleven straight classes,

our knowledge on technology always surpasses.

This is not goodbye, not a sad time to cry,

because our technological presence will never die.

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