Learning Through Community Growth

While it is good to learn via traditional educational methods, some of the best and most meaningful experiences come from community learning. This can be group work, discussions, or simple social dialog in the classroom. For teachers, this can take the form of social interaction with our Professional Learning Network and co-teaching experiences with our cohorts.

Over the course of this semester I have been participating in this idea of community learning with fellow classmates. Here are some examples of times when others used me for learning, or I learned from others!

Google Plus Community

One platform we have been using all semester is Google Plus, and I was active in it from the beginning. Here are some examples of G+ interactions.

Near the beginning of the semester I was providing feedback and suggestions for those designing new blogs. In the examples, I gave Kyle and Kiera some recommendations: