When leaders make their LEARNING visible, when they make their IDEAS visible, it gives all of us a chance to share and learn together.
An idea shouldn’t stay in your head! Share it and let others help you make it real.
We are pleased to see how Ontario bloggers, and education bloggers from outside Ontario are sharing their work here at OSSEMOOC. We have curated the blogs for you to the right, and we have moved “30 days to get connected”, our popular self-directed learning series, to the left of the site.
We continue to invite bloggers to share their links and blog descriptions by filling out the form here (link in upper right of this page).
We are now taking our learning from two years of OSSEMOOC to redesign and rethink how this site can best serve the needs of leading learners in Ontario.
Please help us by sharing your ideas in the comments, or by emailing us at ossemooc at gmail dot com. We invite you to share in building an open site that supports your learning needs.
Kim shares the wonderful story of becoming a digital leader. It is inspiring for all leaders working to build their own learning around digital leadership. Please connect with Kim and share your own journey. By extending our PLN, we can learn more together.
Thanks to Kim for openly sharing her work with other leading learners.
As we continue our focus on blogging, today we feature the reflective practice of KPDSB teacher Michelle Parrish. We can learn so much from teachers who openly reflect on the work they do with our young people.
You might remember Michelle’s insights as she also generously shared with us as a guest panellist during the Innovator’s Mindset book club Google Hangouts on Air.
Thanks, Michelle, for your generous open practice that helps us build knowledge together.
It’s blog hop day in the #innovatorsmindset book study!
Have you done some writing on this topic? Please add it to the form below. It’s March Break, so we are taking some time with this one.
Here are the blogs that have been submitted so far. Please enjoy reading and commenting!
We encourage you to keep writing, keep thinking, keep adding to the list. Let’s really make a big contribution to the knowledge base on this idea. This is a BIG one to tackle and an important one to consider.
We can all learn more about how we can measure the impact of changing practice in ensuring all our learners will thrive in this changing world. We look forward to your contributions to our collective understanding of how we can do this well.
You don’t have a blog? We are happy to post your work for you here on #OSSEMOOC, or just add to the comments below, or post a quick tweet under #innovatorsmindset #ossemooc hashtags, or post to the Voxer Group for the Book Club.