For this final mission, I have created a presentation to show what I have been updating throughout my ICT module in the Master degree that I am studying and which is close to end. In my presentation I present you my learning journey throughout this course, showing you the different stages of my e-project and a reflections on this.
To create my presentation I used Prezi which is a fun interactive tool that makes it easy to develop dynamic presentations without design training that embeds video with cool transitions. You can easily insert images, video, sound or directly import from Google. Like a huge whiteboard, Prezi gives you space to organise your presentation. With screenshots of the challenges, artifacts, outcomes and other elements and details included in my e-project I will tell you the key ideas I took away from each of the modules, my favourite app I learnt about and the challenge that I enjoyed the most of the entire course. And to record my voice I used Screencast-O-Matic which is described in a previous post.
To be honest, I have to say that at first I was scared of this course. I didn’t know how to start working on the challenges, but step by step I started to enjoy every time more and more. Overall, I enjoyed and learned a lot from each of the challenges, as a person and professionally. Working in groups is something I have to highlight as well. It was a pleasure to work with them and share good moments at the same time that we created our fantastic collaborative e-project about European Geography.
Another great idea that stands out in this course is the ePortofolio in which we have recorded all our work. It is something to keep as a memory but also something that I would like to carry out with my students in the near future. Now that I experience first hand updating my blog with my own work I am sure that my students will enjoy it as much as I did. And it was very original to have our own hashtag: #ictclil_urjc to share our work in Twitter.
Augment World Book Day was without any doubt my favourite challenge. I believe at this time of the course I was much more confident working with online tools. Moreover, it is a very original way to celebrate the World Book Day. I didn’t hear before about the Aurasma app which is a very original tool to bring realia to a picture, to turn every day objects, images, and places, into interactive opportunities through animation, video, audio, and 3D content. It is my favourite app!
Finally, I would like to say thank you to all my peers as I have learnt a lot thanks to them and of course to our teacher Mª Jesús as without her this journey wouldn’t have been possible and for putting up with us when we complained a lot! It was a pleasure.
Here you are the link to my ICT journey presentation, enjoy it!