Saturday, November 23, 2019

2019 #WVEDU: Triumph trails: The hero's journey. Team-based learning. Students laughing! Portfolio building!.

Triumph trails: The hero's journey.  
Team-based learning. 
Students laughing!  
Portfolio building!.

Triumph trails: The hero's journey.  Team-based learning.  Students laughing!  Portfolio building!.  What does the hero's journey have to do with starting school?


Student-made video from peninsula College

Introducing large projects going on in Second Life for Peninsula College. The Hero’s journey and Guided Pathways curated by Renne Emiko Brock. A Student Collaborative project in an immersive 3D environment. The students experience working with teams, following style guides, and add their own work. This is a chance for students to build their portfolio with work and actually get to see their projects in use.
"Second Life has been to me a platform to share digital work with other students, a place where one can express themselves in the most unlikely manner. I have learned a lot from it, and I have had the pleasure of being a part of it. I know more about storytelling then I have ever known before. I have been a part of a long journey, and I have found that there is a hero in me, and everyone else who is on a path, even if they are trying to figure out that path still." -Clara Sue Hill

Team-based learning


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