|Reflecting at the Faculty of Classics|
You may choose to add the thing 18 tag to one of your other blogs where you have already reflected or write a separate post, perhaps on
- what you have gained from this programme so far (it doesn't have to be a specific thing but more general)
- which thing you particularly liked or disliked
- which of the forthcoming things you really can't wait to try (the things are listed here)
This is a reflection/catch up week rather than a blog on reflective practice but if anyone is interested in more information on this then there are plenty of links and information at the cpd23 blog post.
I started with a photograph of the glass doors of the Faculty of Classics. This seemed an appropriate image as it showed a reflection and part of the motivational Euripidean quote on the door. The full quote can be translated as "happy is the man who has gained knowledge through inquiry" (Fragments, translated by Christopher Collard and Martin Croop. Loeb Classical Library, no. 504, p.227, fragment 910). So by the end of this programme you will all hopefully be ecstatic from the new knowledge that you have gained!
You will be learning about the presentation tools slideshare and prezi as well as an extra thing on data visualisation.