Friday, June 11, 2010

It was just like yesterday!

Today is the last day of the course and we have no chance as in a normal classroom to meet and share feelings before saying goodbye. We do it here on our blogs for somewhat similar in a different way. I have mentioned what I have learned from the course in most of my posts in this blog and on All were great and useful and I have nothing to say more about the course or what I can learned from my friends and experienced from the readings and practice.

I wonder whether I can talk about something else, a suggestion for a better and meaningful course in the future from the University of Oregon. I am going to takk about it now.

I wonder if it is possible for you (my admirable instructor - Deborah) to put at week 2 or 3 or the course one group or class project. We, the class participants, know each other from what we share on Nicenet and our blogs. However, if you and the course could provide us with a place where you decide who will contribute to do something on that and the project will be doing at the same time with what we have done. At the last week, we have to give comments and refinement on our together-project.

Of course, it could be difficult if you do not have a clear instruction and share of work on doing it.

If we have done that, we would have an international-teaching project by the teachers from many countries. All of us can be proud of our product and it can be used in many colleges and universities with our names of the creators on it. That's cool!

So far so great! I plan to do the evaluation next week as usual to create a feeling of having the course for one more week with one task only.


1 comment:

  1. Dear Khang,

    it's right, we were not a real class, but we felt and acted as if we had been one. Besides a traditional class, we have a great advantage: we don't have to say goodbye and vanish somewhere in this world. We are all here and I know for sure that some of our blogs will be still alive. There we can share everything - feelings, pains, worries, joys, our experiences, our solutions to problems.

    Just drop by from time to time, keep your blog alive too and we'll all take advantage of this.