let’s visualise together! Day 3 #moocmooc

Our task yesterday was to capture participants’ pedagogies. I would say learner’s pedagogies and assume that learning can’t happens without participation since it is not something passive.

I thought that we could visualise our ideas and thoughts and together co-create the big picture. Didn’t know that we could do this Google doc. I had found www.flockdraw.com which did look impressive as a doodling tool but I couldn’t make it work to co-create a picture, unfortunately. Google worked but it is not really than intuitive. Never mind. If anybody knows anything about flockdraw or a similar tool that is out there, I would love to hear from you.

learners' pedagogies

our evolving big picture (15 Aug 12)

Our drawing space is available at https://docs.google.com/drawings/d/1jnzjgeigIt7bj-bLXvt7yZFTSIpqYcIe0D9WfhVczSw/edit This is the live canvas. Feel free to think visually and add your idea, if you haven’t done so already or if you would like to add a bit more. Thank you everybody for contributing so far.

My question now would be, looking at this picture, what can you see? It would be lovely if you would share your comments with us all.

2 thoughts on “let’s visualise together! Day 3 #moocmooc

  1. I thought that this was a great idea, and I enjoyed participating. It seemed to me a combination of poetry and art, and it was nice to use that part of my brain for a few minutes.

  2. Hi Jo(e),

    Thank you for stopping by and commenting. Pleased you enjoyed it. Would you see value in carrying out such activities with students and if this is the case what difference would they make to expression, engagement and exchange?


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