Sisqitman’s ETMOOC Takeaways

As I come to the end of the ETMOOC, I feel a sense of sadness, but also that it’s time to continue the work that was started as a result of my partnership with my fellow ETMOOCers. We dared to connect, create, collaborate, communicate, and share with each other. We’ve built relationships and strengthened our PLN’s (Professional Learning Networks).  One result is that it has re-energized my work and I hope to share that enthusiasm and renewed vision with those in my immediate, local sphere of influence, including educators in my county.  There are many important ideas that I’ve been exposed to and thought about, and learning experiences that I know I need to pass on to others.  Some of those reflections are in blogposts yet to come. But for now, here are a few key takeaways for you from my time in ETMOOC.  Without further ado, here is my Vodcast, made in iMovie.


About Sisqitman

I am an Instructional Technology Specialist for Van ISD in Van, TX. My vision is to help equip, encourage, and support teachers, students, and admin. in their use of technology in teaching and learning.
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One Response to Sisqitman’s ETMOOC Takeaways

  1. folynick says:

    Gosh Glenn, I didn’t realize you had posted this Vodcast on your blog – I watched it on YouTube via your tweet. It is only now that ETMOOC is over that I have time to go back and revisit participants’ blogs (or as is often the case, visit for the first time). I am so glad I didn’t miss it. I just wanted to say that I really admire the way that you take what you learn, think about how to interpret, practice, and implement your new and/or reworked understandings, and then share and set forth to effect change. You truly lead by example, and I am sure you will do great things with your ETMOOC takeaways. Thank you for all the shared resources, thoughtful dialogue and encouraging words over the past few months. It has been a pleasure connecting and MOOCing with you. I look forward to seeing further blogs on how your vision progresses. As you so insightfully state, “The expert is all of us.” Take care! 🙂

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