#LD5D Module 1; Thing 5: blagging blogging for LD – catch-up

Hi All – how’s it going? Have you blogged on any of the topics that were suggested this week?

Reminder:

A session that you have had with one student: what happened? What were the outcomes?

A taught session or Master Class that you have delivered as part of your work as a central or local service: explain both your situated context and the session.

An intervention that you have delivered in a discipline class or as part of an extra-curricular programme – with situated context and details of the session.

A meeting with a Faculty individual or team: how did the meeting come about? What did you discuss? What will be the outcomes?

A staff development or support session: what have you delivered and why?

Any reading that you are doing at the moment. This can be your formal academic reading and/or the blogs and Tweets that you follow as part of your academic development: what are you reading and why? Which type of reading do you prefer at the moment? What tips would you give other people?

Tell us about it

If you have; put a brief Comment in the Comments section on what you did and why – adding the link to that specific post.

You might also want to add a brief reflection: What did it feel like to write that particular post?

Also – did you force yourself to tell people that you have posted? How did you do it? Are you Tweeting, Google plussing or something else? Again – please tell us what you did and what that felt like?

And as before – KEEP BLOGGING!!

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