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Over the next two days, I share two things I do to start and end modules. I start with how I end one. 

I shared this photo yesterday on Twitter

We took a series of shots and all of them feature us in different modes: Mundane, mobile, and mad-cap. The photos covertly illustrate different course designs. I made sure everything was mobile-friendly or even mobile first.
 

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My "ICT for Inclusion" class.

A post shared by Dr Ashley Tan (@drashleytan) on

 
I was also not front-and-centre in the photos. I was literally and figuratively the guide on the side. I designed activities where my participants collaborated with and taught one another. 

If I moved to the centre, it was to be the meddler in the middle to stimulate reflection or to help participants rise above. 

I am thankful to my administrative go-between for not only seeking me out via my blog and old TED talk, but also for giving me the freedom to design learning experiences instead of teaching ones. 

Online Colleges has a teacher’s guide on social media.

That is all it is, a guide. It should not be a scaffold that then becomes a crutch. Anything descriptive must not be interpreted as prescriptive.

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