Focus stage – understanding material, chose topic

By: eslclaudie

Apr 24 2015

Category: Uncategorized

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  • I have learned a lot.
  • Time has been an issue, also a lot of new material. Blueprint, course design, think linear.
  • I am beginning to pull it together. I know about classroom display (student work). That will be my topic
  • See what I need to do – Storyboard next.
  •  I changed tag line from hesitant ” joining my betters” to more confident log of learning.
  • blueprint coming.
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