Thing 10, 20 and 30: Final Reflections & What’s Next?

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It’s here – the final thing! This is the final topic for all 3 tracks.

I want to thank you all for participating in the Cool Tools for School workshop and sharing your experiences and ideas this summer.

I hope you’ve all explored some useful new tools, expanded your personal learning network and have some exciting ideas to put into place over the next school year.


For this last thing we would like you to share your thoughts on the what you’ve learned, what you want to do next and how the program worked out for you.

1: What did you learn?

  • How did you put what you learned into action at school? Personally?
  • Did you expand your Personal Learning Network? Make new professional connections?
  • What challenges did you face during the workshop?
  • Were there projects that didn’t work out well for you?
  • Other thoughts?

2: What’s next?

  • Did you start some projects that you’ll be following up on during the next school year?
  • Are you planning to share what you’ve learned with others?
  • What other professional development projects will you be pursuing?
  • Other thoughts?

3: Did you like learning this way?

  • For some of you, this might have been your first experience with this kind of independent, self-driven learning. Did this work for you?
  • What did you most value about the program? What didn’t work well?
  • Would you do it again?
  • Other thoughts?

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