Making Sense of MY LEARNING PROCESS: A Student’s Reflection

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My journey into instructional design and technology has been an exciting one to say the least. Exciting because of its accidental origin. It started in 2007 when I was working as a Business Development Manager for a professional accountancy body looking after the Indonesian market. As part of my immersion into this exciting field of study, I’m keeping a journal of my reflection on my Master’s in Instructional Technology study at University of Malaya. One of my lecturer for this course, Associate Professor Dr Dorothy Dewitt has been instrumental in shaping and moulding my thinking on the instructional design and technology.

Reflection 10: To Sum It All Up

In one of my earlier postings, I mentioned about the benefits of Microsoft Teams in learning. It is interesting how the chat functionality in the application can evoke self-reflection. During the course we were required to interact through the Teams, by posting questions. By doing this we, or at least I, inadvertently become aware of…

Reflection 9: Are the Students Ready?

I believe I now have a much better appreciation and knowledge about constructivism. I have touched on the ever expansive social development theory in an earlier posting and how it has grown into different branches of learning theory. To develop an effective learning community is to inculcate collaborative learning at the core of the community….


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