The resources in this domain have helped me to gain a deeper insight into
- 21st learning and what it looks like for myself, as a lifelong
learner and teachers I work with.
- The importance of being a digitally literate practitioner.
- Resources that have helped me discover the key
characteristics of an effective COP, support my
understanding around the process and how this process
will develop me personally personally and professionally.
Māwhai - the 'webbing' of an identity with the 'networked' support of the interprofessional community. The "web" part of Māwhai" relates to my PERSONAL LEARNING as I web and connect my learning for each of the core domains relating to my practice. This webs my professional Identity by demonstrating my learning against the core competencies of each domain. The "net" part of Māwhai in this course is developing PROFESSIONAL LEARNING NETWORKS and learning through connecting with others.
Powerpoint I would use/adapt for PD session with colleagues/teachers around 'Wellbeing'. Describes in detail the different aspects of wellness and has hands-on activities. Encourages participants to reflect on the sections of the wheel.
This is my check in point - balancing my wellness wheel. I go back to the analogy of a flat tire - Makes it difficult to steer straight, makes the ride bumpy/shaky, makes steering difficult, causes me not reach my destination. When I start feeling the pressure it will be good to check in on my well-being and reflect on what I need to adjust on my wheel. How has my wheel changed? To what do I attribute the changes?
This chapter on Academic Literacy is a resource for me to revisit to remind myself about the skills for effective study but more importantly skills around critical thinking, giving effective feedback, feedforward, self-directed learning, well-being and that sense of personal professional responsibility.