At the beginning of the term, when I learned the course outline, I was worried about the tasks. I thought that I couldn’t do them exactly among all of the other lessons’ presentations. They seemed me too difficult to manage, and I considered that they would take too much time of us, so I was unhappy about the lesson.
However, in progress of time, I learned lots of useful tools. They drew my attention, and I liked most of them. Every week we learned a new tool, and every week I thought that the tool in the week was the most enjoyable one. Now, I can’t choose the best tool in all of them. Maybe second life is the best one, but this may result from recency effect 🙂
Also, I started to like writing with this lesson. I hope I will continue to do it.
Now, at the end of the term, I have a reverse opinion with the one at the beginning of the term. During the term I have satisfied with all the tasks. And now I am happy about this lesson.
Of course, it is necessary to remember the teacher’s effort for teaching all the tasks, and drawing all of our attention to the lesson.
Teacher, Thank you very much for everything. 🙂
This is my first blog post:
One of the First Lessons in the Last Term of My Student Days 🙂
I felt happy at the beginning of the lesson because the lesson was in a computer class, so I thought that we would use the internet, play games and have fun with our friends much more than the lesson. However, later on I learned that we would design and develop our own multimedia CALL materials. When I learned our tasks, I was under stress. This stress is just because of my lack of knowledge about technology. I think that the jobs are a bit much for us as a senior student. Furthermore, we will write our opinions about the lesson, I hope this job won’t be valid for the other weeks because I don’t like writing an essay from the primary school. 🙂
Of course, the course doesn’t always be negative for me, it will make a positive impression on me till the end of the term. I will learn the various technologies in teaching and learning. Computers are important in education, so we cannot avoid the presence of them in our schools. While there are children who use the computers even at an early age, we – as teachers – must know everything about them. Using computers will create learning opportunities for us in the future in our classes, so we can help to improve student learning.
I hope we can be capable teachers and have enough knowledge about using computers at the end of the term.