Reflecting on your practice can help you improve and avoid pitfalls in the future. Three main areas to focus on: Outcome, Technology, and knowledge transfer.
VTT is first and foremost about achieving your educational objectives. Here’s a few things you can reflect on:
Do you feel your objectives were achieved? What do you base your conclusions on?
- What worked really well? Comment on why that was the case.
- What did not go well? Comment on why that was the case.
- Did your VTT activity integrate well with the rest of your respective courses? Comment on why that was the case.
- What would you do differently next time?
Technology can make or break your experience. It’s important to reflect on whether it supports or detracts from your objectives.
- Were there any technological issues? Comment on why that was the case.
- Did your choice of technology enhance or detract from your educational objectives? Comment on why that was the case.
The community of practice is here to help you share your knowledge and learn from your fellow professionals.
What element from your experience do you think can be useful, transferable to other VTT practitioners? E.g. Pedagogical design, instructional materials, template, lesson learned, advice to future participants?