I shared this in our meeting, but this was a way in which I’m asking for folks to reflect upon what they have…

I shared this in our meeting, but this was a way in which I’m asking for folks to reflect upon what they have learned: 

If you would like to receive an Open Badge for your participation in this session, please go ahead and submit a reflection blog post, document, or video to this P2PU badge site for review: http://badges.p2pu.org/en/badge/view/281/. We are intentionally keeping this open ended. However you choose to reflect upon what you have learned or how you will apply that learning is up to you. However, if you are stuck, here are a few guiding questions to answer in your reflection:

How did/will this roundtable change your practice?

What new connections or collaborations are now possible because of this roundtable?

How did this roundtable make you think differently about the way you approach teaching and/or learning?

What will you do with the knowledge, understanding, and connections you have made as a result of this roundtable?

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