And while I've attempted to design a learner centered asynchronous experience that's fluid and filled with choices and have put that design onto a platform to set a trajectory for learning that is open for editing based on learner paths (sensing this week that "feedback" is not exactly in the right week and now regretting such a linear unfolding and wondering what I can learn/do to alleviate some of that), the synchronous weekly webinars continue to be a huge work in progress.
Each week we have a focus. And our time together in the webinar is about digger deeper into that focus. And I want that digging to not be about what I've brought to this experience but rather what is best for the good of our collective learning. Given that, each week I suggest a path and ask if there are suggestions or burning questions or pieces we should ignore and to date everyone agrees to just move forward--
I've given thought to an edcamp type of webinar-- and I carefully watch each week for interests and passions we might bring into our time together. And very honestly about this time each week, I wonder if I should panic because I'm unsure of the scaffolding/processes.