After you have selected a technology for your Technologist Module project, refer back to the idea you defined for the Learner Challenge activity.

Circle back to the Learner Challenge Bank padlet where you added your own challenge.

This time add a new padlet post (again double clicking on an area near your first one) that identifies what technology you selected. Now, connect the two posts together.

This is easily done after you finish editing your new post by clicking on the three dot (…) menu item in the top right corner and selecting “Connect to a Post.” Find your first post and click the CONNECT button.

Take a screenshot of the area of the padlet with both posts, then either edit the image to indicate which ones are yours (or embed it into a document and describe them both). Share this an upload or link in your response to this activity.

 


This activity is part of the Ideate section of the Technologist Module.

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  • Padlet – Solution
    by Sarah Versteeg (@Sarah Versteeg)

    Nice way to self-manage a challenge!

  • Ideate Part 2
    by Bert Slessor (@BS)

    When reflecting on what type of technology to use regarding my learner challenge, I ended up settling on H5P.  It is engaging, easy to use for staff and students, and fits seamlessly into our LMS.  The challenge that I later ran into was having the time to use and learn the program.  Sometimes having too more… »

  • Learner challenge revisited
    by Michelle Laurence (@Michelle Laurence)

    My first challenge and technology solution was pretty much laid out win a straight line. There were not opportunities for feedback from peers or greater social network. And very little instructor interaction. On revisiting said challenge, after the SECTIONs questions, I realized how thin and diluted my first challenge was. Yes it integrated technology, it more… »

  • Challenge coupled with possible solution to reinforce student learning on LMS
    by Megan Gibson (@Megan Gibson)

    Attached please find the observed “Learner Challenge”, now with a possible solution for implementation next term! Thank you, Megan

  • Ensuring Learning and Understanding
    by jessica srivastava (@Jessica)

    Please see the attached.

  • PLANEWORK Learner Challenge 2
    by Terry Greene (@terrygreene)

    Learner Challenge: Keeping Up While Offline Take 2 So there I was searching for online content curation tools for use offline and thinking “what is like a folder on your computer but an online tool but for offline use?” And then it hit me…. All I’m looking for IS a folder. A simple folder. Now more… »

  • Learner Challenge Take 2
    by Gary Danner (@gdanner)

    Please see the attached PDF with screen shots of my two Padlet Posts

  • Learning Padlet challenge 2
    by amy taylor (@amytaylor)

    The two comments shared in the screen shot demonstrate a bit of a learning journey in that the problem I initially identified seemed to shift as I was able to reflect on the fact that it wasn’t that I wanted just the students videos on in our synchronous learning sessions, but rather that I wanted more… »

  • Christopher’s Student Challenge – Solution
    by Christopher Rowe (@ChristopherRowe)

    I plan on taking advantage of the Perusall platform to flip the classroom.  Students will be exposed to the course content before synchronous sessions, allowing me to focus on sense making, rather than information transfer.

  • Peer feedback H5P tool
    by Elan Paulson (@Elan Paulson)

    Take 2 of my padlet entry, where I added more information to my section post, including my SECTIONS analysis.

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    • Reply to padlet
      shared by Carrie Barrett (@Carrie)

      My response to my original padlet describing what technology I will use to address the learner challenge identified.

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    3 Responses to “Learner Challenge Take 2”

    1. Sherry

      Learner Challenge 2 – Student Understanding of Weekly on-line Assignments
      I have been taking many opportunities to take part in the FanshaweLearn sessions for Bongo and all of the features of Brightspace and am confident that the virtual student learning and engagement features will add to the student understanding of the materials. Face to face was the course intent, but meeting weekly virtually in real time and offering virtual office hours will work well.

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