what i learned about oers is why they are significant, what are the downsides of oers, where they are going and what are the implications for teaching and learning.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012
I believe that learning can occur at any age. Throughout my life I have been learning new things from learning to survive to learning that I am as strong as I thought I was.
When I was a baby I was born premature and during that time I was learning my first out of many lessons and that was learning to survive in the outside world. After I had learned that lesson that was when the real learning began my next lesson that I had to learn was learning how to walk and that took a lot of practice but I eventually learned how to do that. The next step in my life was going to school and when I was in preschool I had to learn how to be a friend to others and how to share. In Kindergarten I had learned how to count and the alphabet. In first and second grade I had learned how to add and subtract. In third, fourth, and fifth grade I had learned to multiply and divide. In sixth grade I had finally learned to do pre-algebra. In junior high school I had to learn to get adjusted to a new school. In ninth grade I had learned how to do algebra1 which is the continuation of the pre-algebra I had learned in sixth grade. Then I had hit high school and my sophomore year in high school I had learned to do geometry and that was fun to learn. In my junior and senior year I had learned how to algebra 2 which is a continuation of the algebra 1 that I had learned in my ninth grade year. I also learned not to be afraid of graduating at the end of my senior year. After graduation I went on to college where I had learned the second to last lesson of my life so far and that was learning to keep my personal items safe. During my first year at college before I came to Edinboro I had a roommate who stole my debit card and put my cell phone in the dorm toilet it was after this happened that I learned that I need to keep my personal items safe and hidden so that they do not get stolen. The last lesson that I learned was that I am as strong as I think I am. This lesson occurred to me around the same time the last lesson happened because when the last lesson happened I was asked to file a police report and it was after I did was when the lesson occurred because my dad told me that not many girls my age would have the courage to file a police report like I did and then I realized that I was as strong as I thought I was.