List twenty ways you can document your learning. How many have you done this week?
As you might imagine, because this was a written assignment (no frills, no pictures, no html code) I started to generate a list...and then half way through the exercise, I realized I needed to be more creative [duh, it's a Daily Create, stupid]. So I decided to use words that ended with -ate. It was kind of fun. Did you know that in chemistry, -ate is used to form the names of salts from acids [acetic acid ..acetate]. Sounds like a transformation to me, doesn't it?
Kevin Hodgson @dogtraxx upped the ante when he created a humorous Haiku Deck to illustrate his ideas. Since I had done a Haiku Deck earlier in the week [I really like Haiku Deck, btw], I decided to illustrate my ideas visually as well. Thanks for the inspiration, Kevin.
- Write a Story
- Make a Diagram
- Record a Poem
- Shoot a Video
- Write a Song
- Post a Blog
- Take a Picture
- Create a Slide Show
- Make a Movie
- Host a Google Hangout
- Bloviate (I love this word. It summed up the current discussion of the U.S. government shutdown this week).
(NB: I intentionally only illustrated 10 of the ways that I document my learning using the words that end in -ate).
How do you know you are learning? How can you document it?