I would like a reflection on the formatting and the objectives. I really seem to have difficulty with that. Also, just overall clarity. It really is in progress though. I am not going to have the other aspects done within the site. The About section I am still working on. So, the community piece is not where I want it yet. I have to do more research around materials and directions for that.
I am unsure how you should evaluate it. I suppose you should evaluate in terms of the lesson and whether it achieves what is supposed to in regards to the objectives. I think it has a ways to go because I feel the way it is presented is slightly controversial. So, I may need to work on presentation and framing.
The rest of the site is not where I want it. It has some of the bones but I am struggling with the community portion right now and how to provide directions on that. I am researching other sites that have done it successfully and there is a lot I still need to figure out. I also may decide later to change the platform in which the site is on.
I learned a lot about technology. For instance, I did not know much about WordPress and it’s capabilities. So, that was pretty interesting. It was really neat to see different tools that are free of cost and their capabilities. The learning theories were really interesting. I love the original idea behind MOOCs and Connectivism. However, I think it is very difficult to achieve the goal of continuous community and networking within eLearning. I think that aspect of things is evolving still but some have done it successfully. Overall, I really gained a greater perspective into the potential for eLearning and the multiple learning methods that can be applied to online content.