Resources from the session tonight (2014-09-24).
Mini Mooc #1 Session Recording
Why do we connect?
Benefits of new connections
Your OSSEMOOC Team
Their getting connected session is scheduled for Wednesday September 24th at 7:00 p.m. (EDT). Join our online presentation room by clicking [here] any time after 6:30 p.m.
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We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday.
Your OSSEMOOC Team.
We hope that your 14/15 school year has had a great start and that you are now settled in and ready to think about professional learning opportunities.
Your OSSEMOOC team is busy planning an exciting year of events for you which will include:
Many of our early activities are centered around “mini-moocs” – short sessions designed to help you get connected and develop skills with a variety of online tools. Please note the following session times that are already booked:
We hope that you will include OSSEMOOC in your professional learning this year. Please check ossemooc.wordpress.com regularly for updates.
~Mark & Donna
Your OSSEMOOC Connected Learning Team
We have all heard the phrase ‘learning is messy’.
When we hear the phrase, do we think only about student learning?
Are we okay with the idea that our learning will be messy too? We will be frustrated, we may get emotional, and we may be afraid to keep going.
Learning is messy. Expect it! Do it anyway!
Here is more thinking on messy learning from Dr. Jackie Gerstein.
#OSSEMOOC is a learning community.
Connected learners need connected leaders. OSSEMOOC is here to support you in connecting with other education leaders.
Please join the community here: https://ossemooc.wordpress.com/join-in/
You will receive updates on events and opportunities by email.
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