Entry 051 for Wednesday June 3, 2020

The core questions:

Credit goes to Ben and readers of his blog for these “Four Questions” and the five stretch questions.

  1. What did you do today? Student meetings with Célia, Luis and Ana Cristina; my Webinar “¿Cómo hacer un curso virtual con herramientas abiertas” (tweet here, Facebook link here); planning meeting with Alex for #TC2007B;
  2. What did you enjoy? The webinar went very well. Both myself and Rubí were well prepared and I believe that it went well. We had over 1100 viewers and Rubí sent me data of 350 exit surveys with a 98% satisfactory response. I picked up about 100 followers on both Twitter and my YouTube channel so I better keep the content flowing! THANK YOU Rubí and the Observatory of Educational Innovation.
  3. What did you find difficult? I have spoken of this often and for some strange reason my most popular blog post be a factor of 10 is Teaching Evaluation Comments: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. The exit survey (with other questions as well) had 350 replies and if they liked the webinar. 343 replied “yes”, 1 replied “no”, 6 replied “could be improved”. Why do we beat ourselves up as educators hyper-focusing on that (in this case actual) singular “bad comment”.  Teaching evaluations are just around the corner, stay tuned for perhaps another (in maybe even positive) to my popular post.
  4. What has changed? I am keeping up the rhythm of blog posts and YouTube posts. I have lapsed a day a few times (including this one) but my production has stayed consistent. I am liking that.
survey results from a question at my webinar "¿Te gustó este webinar?"
“¿Te gustó este webinar?” flickr photo by kenbauer https://flickr.com/photos/ken_bauer/49974770371 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

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word cloud created from a webinar question of "¿Cuales palabras describen el estado de animo de tus alumnos?"
“¿Cuales palabras describen el estado de animo de tus alumnos?” flickr photo by kenbauer https://flickr.com/photos/ken_bauer/49974758911 shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

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