Task 14: Final reflections

Finally I would like you to reflect back on the entire course and think of what you have learned during these weeks. What is it you are going to take with you from this course, be it negative or positive experience, content-related or organizational aspects and so on?

I liked:

  • the new way of learning which implied to be more interactive and get to know a lot of new tools like video conferences or investigating similar courses (plenk) in the net
  • I got some alternative ideas how to change the plan of activities and improve them
  • learned about activity systems and activity theory
  • understood better the definition of interactivity


I didn’t like:

  • not meeting course participants in real
  • too much of information and not being able to keep up, lack of time
  • not getting any feed back that doesn’t let you know if you should improve or no
  • sometimes the tasks were published with not enough time for doing them well and I think it would be better the quality than the quantity
  • too strict deadlines

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Terje on December 20, 2010 at 12:01 pm

    Dear Rasa,
    Thank you very much for participating and sharing your thoughts. It was a great pleasure to have you on board. Your contributions gave a lot to the overall course. Thank you for your feedback and criticism, I appreciate this a lot and try to take into account next time.
    Merry Christmas!


  2. 160 day to day task management of a team of software engineers ensuring they understand their work assignments and are working productively on completing tasks on schedule.


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