Can you believe it? We are almost at the end of a semester. EC&I 831 has come and gone (minus a few small tasks that need to get finished, along with a real life hangout!), but other than that, the final chapter is almost complete.
My very first Masters class is coming to an end, and I am feeling proud of what I have accomplished in the last three months. It’s hard to believe how much I experienced and learned through the duration of this course. I am incredibly grateful for my classmates and professor who motivated and inspired me along the way. To demonstrate what I have learned throughout the course, I created a Summary of my Learning.
I had so many ideas of where to go with this project, but in the end, I am glad I went with a tool that was easy to learn and for the most part, easy to use. I heard about the tool Video Scribe from the media creation list that Alec suggested. I tried to use the free trial version, but it had the company label as the background for the whole presentation, so instead, I paid a hefty $35 for a one month subscription. Fortunately, in the end, it was worth the money because it was convenient and fun to use!
Even though the program was easy to use, my project still took a lot of time to plan and develop. I spent a lot of time writing my summary, figuring out how to use the program, recording my voice on Garage Band, finding all of the images and clip art, timing the presentation, exporting it, and the list goes on. However, all of my hard work paid off because my Summary of Learning is ready to watch!
2 thoughts on “The Final Chapter: Summary of Learning”
Great summary. You obviously invest a lot of time (and a bit of money) to create a great summary. Your piano journey is inspirational and you definitely made a lot of progress. I enjoyed your podcast (I can relate as I have tried a few too). Let me know if you need a guest on your podcast I’d be in to having a conversation with you for sure. Thanks for sharing and I hope we take a few more of these classes together.
Thanks for the encouragement, Dean! I would LOVE to have you as a guest on my podcast some day! Thanks for a great semester of learning and sharing online. Keep in touch!