Originally uploaded by Dave Foord
Last week I was involved with the LSIS eCPD programme event in Birmingham, and one of the activities was asking the delegates about Whole Organisation Approaches, and what would it look like if they were successful in creating a whole organisation approach to eCPD.
We put the answers on post-it notes and then stuck them onto a flipchart, a photo of which I have uploaded to Flickr, and then used the ‘notes’ feature within Flickr to label the notes. (You will need to click on the image to see this effect).
As much as anything I want to show here how I have made use of simple technologies to create a learning object. I have used post-it notes, pens and a flipchart (which won’t scare any anti-technology teachers) – I have then photographed the output using a basic compact camera (again a anti-technology teacher could get a learner to do this if necessary), and finally I have uploaded it to Flickr and added the notes – which is quite easy and free to do.
The output can then embedded into a blog (like here) or a VLE area, it can start a discussion, be used for reflection etc.
Filed under: CPD and reflective practice, e-learning, m-learning, Resources, social software (web 2.0) | Tagged: Approach, Birmingham, eCPD, flickr, it, LSIS, Organisation, Post, Post-it, Whole, WOA |