Category to select: Getting Started: First Day Introductions
Due on Wednesday of Week 1.
Developing a learning community requires getting to know one another so that we can learn from and with each other and appreciate our diverse backgrounds, prior experiences, and valued contexts. Introduce yourself by posting an introduction to the discussion forum, under Getting Started, First Day Introductions. Do this by Wednesday (also considered Week 1 of the course). Read more on how to contribute to this blog.
1. In your introduction include a description of the following:
- Where you live (town and country)?
- Where you are in your MET program and other courses you have taken?
- What you hope to learn from this course?
- Anything interesting you would like others to know about you (hobbies, pursuits, past-times, affiliations at work, memberships or previous jobs…)
2. Read several of your peers’ posts and;
3. Respond to at least two posts, with questions or notes of interest before the first Friday.
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