Woo-hoo! After almost two weeks of professional development, we have made it! Day 12 brings us to a time of reflection. Hopefully you were able to spend at least 15 minutes a day exploring some of the resources presented in the 2013 12 Days of EdTech Cheer. If you weren't able to spend time everyday, hopefully you were able to dedicate some time over the course of the 12 days and were able to share and learn from others.
I truly hope that you are able to learn something, try something new, revisit an old resource or idea as a result of the 12 Days of EdTech Cheer, either new or old. Some of the things I learned during my professional learning journey:
- How to make a stop motion video
- Explored new iPad and iPhone apps
- Push my Google Sites knowledge knowledge the extreme - I learned how to add Pinterest widgets
The End is Here!
On your website (or other place for your "stuff"), write a reflection on your learning and share the link below. It is so great to hear what others have learned, how they implemented ideas, and new ways of looking at old things.
2013 EdTech Cheer Participant Data
To view the full data collection and charts that summarize information about the participants of the 2013 EdTech Cheer, please click here to view a spreadsheet of data.
Resources Used Today
I have used Inlinkz before and it is great for making a collection of links. I use the free version, so all of my collections cannot incorporate thumbnails for links, but I do not feel it is always necessary, so I am okay with that.
Also similar to Day 1, I used the data collected from my Google Form to aggregate data and create charts in a Google Spreadsheet. The charts above were made right within my spreadsheet and I designed them so they are dynamic and update based on when an user completes a form. Nerdy? Totally. It is awesome though!