Transcript: Getting from Reflection to Action 21/03/2013

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chat2lrn Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about reflection in learning http://t.co/k9q7ufBl 15:59:29
JudithELS RT @LisaAGoldstein: Join #Chat2Lrn now to reflect upon learning experiences and reconnect with #LSCon attendees! #chat2lrn 15:59:38
AndrewJacobsLD Apologies for the tweetstorm for the next hour but #chat2lrn is here… 15:59:46
chat2lrn We’re pleased to welcome David Kelly @LnDDave back as our guest host and blog author. #chat2lrn 15:59:49
FionaQuigs Taking part in #chat2lrn for next hour so sorry for the tweet storm. Come join us and tell us how you reflect into action! 15:59:59
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about reflection in learning http://t.co/kuWh8NQO64 16:00:04
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about reflection in learning http://t.co/4FLtxWi5mI 16:00:05
chat2lrn Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:00:19
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: We’re pleased to welcome David Kelly @LnDDave back as our guest host and blog author. #chat2lrn 16:00:46
chat2lrn Please include Q# in related responses, so that others can follow your trail of thought. #chat2lrn 16:00:48
LisaAGoldstein RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:00:48
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:01:04
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:01:05
megbertapelle good morning all! hope you weren’t burned by the time change this week 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:01:11
chat2lrn Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:17
JD_Dillon .@lnddave is to my Twitter what Tom was to MySpace in 2003. #chat2lrn 16:01:19
weisblatt Multitasking lunch work and chat2lrn. Bursts of random tweets to follow. #chat2lrn 16:01:22
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: We’re pleased to welcome David Kelly @LnDDave back as our guest host and blog author. #chat2lrn 16:01:23
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:01:30
weisblatt RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:01:32
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:01:37
JudithELS Pls excuse the tweet storm for the next hour as I’m joining Chat2lrn, with @LnDDave as guest host and blog author #chat2lrn 16:01:51
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:52
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:01:54
tomspiglanin RT @jd_dillon: .@LnDDave is to my Twitter what Tom was to MySpace in 2003. #chat2lrn 16:02:06
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:02:09
WendyTagg Anyone trying to use #Chat2lrn  to try to sell to me during the convo, will incur my disrespect. Please leave that until later. 16:02:23
JudithELS Hear, hear> RT @chat2lrn: Congratulations, Dave @LnDDave, new Program Director at the eLearning Guild! #chat2lrn 16:02:26
JD_Dillon Q0) JD from Orlando, FL. Learning strategist, designer, leader at Kaplan. Enjoy reflecting with brilliant L&D peeps.  #chat2lrn 16:02:42
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Welcome to #chat2lrn! Today’s discussion is about reflection in learning http://t.co/eKbE9lntv2 #chat2lrn 16:02:51
megbertapelle @weisblatt good luck with that! hehehe 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:02:54
FionaQuigs Q0) Fiona, Learning Designer from Belfast. Here to reflect on reflecting! #chat2lrn 16:03:04
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:03:07
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q0) Please introduce yourself who are you, where are you, what do you do & what brings you here? #chat2lrn 16:03:11
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn Q0) Cindy Jensen, Canada, Training Manager, I attended conference and had a fantastic experience. 16:03:19
megbertapelle Q0) Meg Bertapelle, Sr. Instructional Designer at Intuitive Surgical in Sunnyvale (not so sunny today) #chat2lrn 16:03:22
AndreaMay1 RT @judithels: Pls excuse the tweet storm for the next hf as I’m joining Chat2lrn, with @LnDDave as guest host  #chat2lrn <Me too! 16:03:23
FionaQuigs @WendyTagg Hi Wendy 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:03:30
tomspiglanin Good morning/afternoon, all! Tom Spiglanin in L.A., here to talk reflection in learning! I’ve been doing a bit of that lately #chat2lrn 16:03:33
AndrewJacobsLD Q0) Andrew, LD manager in #localgov in London, looking to make/strengthen networks. #chat2lrn 16:03:47
LisaAGoldstein Q0) Lisa Goldstein – Attended #LSCon – incredible learning experiences & connecting with peers. Looking forward to reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:03:58
JudithELS Q0) Judith Christian-Carter from Warwickshire UK; an inveterate naval gazer & into all things learning #chat2lrn 16:03:59
alc47 Q0 Nic Laycock in West of England – head full of ides after #lscon – struggling to catch up and reflect – multi-tasking today #Chat2lrn 16:04:02
tomspiglanin @ou812jensen Hiya Cindy! #LSCon was great, eh? #chat2lrn 16:04:15
megbertapelle RT @wendytagg: Anyone trying to use #Chat2lrn to sell to me during the convo…Please leave that until later < yes please 16:04:17
FionaQuigs @OU812Jensen Looking forward to hearing about your conference 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:04:21
LnDDave Greetings #Chat2lrn! How’s everyone doing today? 16:04:39
AndreaMay1 Andrea from Minneapolis, ID/PM type 🙂 Excited for today’s chat! #chat2lrn 16:04:47
weisblatt Q0) Adam Weisblatt CT eLearning creator. Recently drank the #LSCon Koolaid. #chat2lrn 16:05:05
FionaQuigs RT @AndreaMay1: Andrea from Minneapolis, ID/PM type 🙂 Excited for today’s chat! #chat2lrn > I know that type welll 😉 16:05:18
tomspiglanin RT @lisaagoldstein: Q0) Lisa Goldstein – Attended #LSCon – incredible lrng experiences & connecting Looking forward to reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:05:25
pattishank q0)Patti Shank from sunny Denver Colorado USA #chat2lrn 16:05:30
weisblatt RT @alc47: Q0 Nic Laycock in West of England – head full of ides after #lscon – struggling to catch up and reflect  #chat2lrn 16:05:39
AndreaMay1 RT @lnddave: Greetings #Chat2lrn! How’s everyone doing today? <<Great! Glad to have you here today. 16:05:44
tomspiglanin @lnddave Thanks for hosting today, Dave! #chat2lrn 16:05:44
megbertapelle @lnddave thanks again for being our guest host today Dave, and big congrats on your new position! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:05:55
LisaAGoldstein This group has been connecting for so long – our conf experiences strengthen our bonds – great to be able to reflect here together #chat2lrn 16:05:59
chat2lrn Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:06:16
weisblatt RT @tomspiglanin: @lnddave Thanks for hosting today, Dave! #chat2lrn 16:06:23
pattishank I too am looking forward to reflecting on #LSCon #chat2lrn 16:06:24
FionaQuigs RT @megbertapelle: @lnddave thanks again for being our guest host today Dave, and big congrats on your new position! 🙂 #chat2lrn >gr8 news! 16:06:25
npmaven Q0) Debra Beck, Wyoming, adult educator & online instructor focusing on #nonprofit issues, esp. all things boards #chat2lrn 16:06:32
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:06:34
LisaAGoldstein RT @weisblatt: RT @alc47: Q0 Nic Laycock in West of England – head full of ides after #lscon – struggling to catch up and reflect  #chat2lrn 16:06:34
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:06:36
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:06:41
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:06:41
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:07:00
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:07:05
JD_Dillon Q1) Reviewing. Writing. Sharing. Discussing.  #chat2lrn 16:07:22
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: This group has been connecting for so long… < not long really! 🙂 but can’t wait to meet up w/you #DevLearn #chat2lrn 16:07:23
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn I’m currently experiencing post-con. hangover, lots to reflect on and filter through to make meaning. 16:07:23
npmaven RT @weisblatt: RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:07:24
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:07:27
FionaQuigs Q1) It means joining the dots, connecting new stuff with old stuff so that I can do something better #chat2lrn 16:07:37
LisaAGoldstein Q1) Sharing, strengthening our memories, learning from peers when hearing their perspective, synergy, idea generation #chat2lrn 16:07:43
weisblatt Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it. #chat2lrn 16:07:44
pattishank q1) Reflecting means intentionally turning an experience into learning. #chat2lrn 16:07:49
npmaven Q1) Extending opp to understand, deepen, apply learning. #chat2lrn 16:08:03
tomspiglanin A1) Reflecting to me means pausing after learning something and synthesizing how I can apply/adapt/use #chat2lrn 16:08:09
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:08:10
npmaven Oh, yes!  RT @FionaQuigs: Q1) It means joining the dots, connecting new stuff with old stuff so that I can do something better #chat2lrn 16:08:15
pattishank RT @FionaQuigs: Q1) It means joining the dots, connecting new stuff with old stuff so that I can do something better #chat2lrn 16:08:22
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn Q1) taking the time to review notes, talk about experience with peers, make linkages to current projects, make new notes, network 16:08:26
npmaven Love this.  RT @pattishank: q1) Reflecting means intentionally turning an experience into learning. #chat2lrn 16:08:29
tomspiglanin Nice > RT @weisblatt: Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it. #chat2lrn 16:08:29
FionaQuigs Q1) Interesting already there are different definitions of reflection. Ver cool! #chat2lrn 16:08:31
lress Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn more learning 16:08:33
pattishank RT @tomspiglanin: A1) Reflecting to me means pausing after learning something and synthesizing how I can apply/adapt/use #chat2lrn 16:08:43
LisaAGoldstein @OU812Jensen I know what you mean about the emotional hangover. Great that we have this forum though, right? #chat2lrn 16:08:45
JD_Dillon Q1) What does this new knowledge mean to me? How does it strengthen or alter my beliefs? What are my next steps? #chat2lrn 16:08:45
PJFlood92 RT @weisblatt: Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it. #chat2lrn 16:09:01
FionaQuigs RT @weisblatt: Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it. #chat2lrn >love that! 16:09:04
weisblatt Q1) You need to shift the old frameworks of understanding to make room for the new one. Must reflect to do it. #chat2lrn 16:09:06
tomspiglanin RT @jd_dillon: Q1) What does this new knowledge mean to me? How does it strengthen or alter my beliefs? What are my next steps? #chat2lrn 16:09:14
JudithELS Q1) For me it means thinking about the what, the how & the when and then, so what? #chat2lrn 16:09:26
LearnPatch RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:09:31
LisaAGoldstein RT @weisblatt Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it.  #chat2lrn 16:09:31
AndrewJacobsLD @weisblatt Agreed.  Context is king and without reflection it’s nothing more than a bag in the wind. #chat2lrn 16:09:43
LnDDave A1) Reflecting on learning means taking time to marinate on what I’ve learned, building context to how things apply to my world. #Chat2lrn 16:09:46
weisblatt RT @tomspiglanin: A1) Reflecting to me means pausing after learning something and synthesizing how I can apply/adapt/use #chat2lrn 16:09:48
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: Q1) For me it means thinking about the what, the how & the when and then, so what? #chat2lrn >”so what” is important! 16:09:50
WendyTagg Q1) Reflecting on learning means turning info into wisdom by applying it to real situations and work. #chat2lrn 16:09:51
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q1) There’s a saying, “You need to have a hook to hang it on.” When you learn you need to process it. #chat2lrn 16:09:54
JD_Dillon Q1) Stop. Breath. Remember. Interpret. Continue. #chat2lrn 16:09:58
LnDDave RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reviewing. Writing. Sharing. Discussing.  #chat2lrn 16:09:58
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q1) It means joining the dots, connecting new stuff with old stuff so that I can do something better #chat2lrn 16:10:00
AndreaMay1 Q1) To me it means taking time to incorporate new learning into your personal schema. Otherwise it gets lost #chat2lrn 16:10:02
LnDDave RT @FionaQuigs: Q1) Interesting already there are different definitions of reflection. Ver cool! #chat2lrn 16:10:10
tomspiglanin @lisaagoldstein @OU812Jensen emotional hangover! That’s what that is! #chat2Lrn #LSCon 16:10:10
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A1) Reflecting to me means pausing after learning something and synthesizing how I can apply/adapt/use #chat2lrn 16:10:16
pattishank I LOVE seeing many of the faces here that I saw at #LSCon and knowing that the PLN got solidified that way. #chat2lrn 16:10:16
pattishank RT @LnDDave: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reviewing. Writing. Sharing. Discussing.  #chat2lrn 16:10:28
pattishank RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Stop. Breath. Remember. Interpret. Continue. #chat2lrn 16:10:38
weisblatt Q1) Bottom line: How are you going to USE the learning? #chat2lrn 16:10:39
WendyTagg RT @weisblatt: Q1) You need to shift the old frameworks of understanding to make room for the new one. Must reflect to do it. #chat2lrn 16:10:42
tomspiglanin Right on  > RT @jd_dillon: Q1) Stop. Breath. Remember. Interpret. Continue. #chat2lrn 16:10:46
sarah_korbel #chat2lrn Q1) taking time to process, sort out what is relevent and pertinent to me and how I can apply what I’ve learned. 16:10:48
megbertapelle RT @ou812jensen: #chat2lrn Q1) taking time to review notes, talk abt exprnc w/peers, make linkages to current projs, make new notes, network 16:11:00
LisaAGoldstein RT @pattishank: I LOVE seeing many of the faces here that I saw at #LSCon and knowing that the PLN got solidified that way. #chat2lrn 16:11:09
JudithELS RT @AndreaMay1: Q1) To me it means taking time to incorporate new learning into your personal schema. Otherwise it gets lost <Yes #chat2lrn 16:11:11
FionaQuigs RT @tomspiglanin: Right on  > RT @jd_dillon: Q1) Stop. Breath. Remember. Interpret. Continue. #chat2lrn >add this phrase to learning! 16:11:14
AndrewJacobsLD Q1 Reflection isn’t in addition to learning, it’s part of it. We don’t give it enough credibility in our design. #chat2lrn 16:11:16
pattishank q1) It also goes beyond content to who and how. #chat2lrn 16:11:23
megbertapelle RT @andrewjacobsld: @weisblatt Agreed.  Context is king and without reflection it’s nothing more than a bag in the wind. #chat2lrn 16:11:24
sarah_korbel @AndrewJacobsLD @weisblatt I hate bags in the wind.. heh. #chat2lrn 16:11:30
alc47 Aagh – sorry going to have to leave you – window fitters need me – will look forward to transcript  #Chat2lrn 16:11:34
FionaQuigs Q1) Think conferences should have a special “reflection room” that has nice soft seats, music and beer #chat2lrn 16:12:00
megbertapelle RT @andrewjacobsld: Q1 Reflection isn’t in addition to lrng, it’s part of it. We don’t give it enough credibility in our design. #chat2lrn 16:12:01
LearnPatch Q1 thinking about it, blogging it, starting conversations around it #chat2lrn 16:12:03
npmaven Oh, yeah.  RT @andrewjacobsld: @weisblatt Agreed.  Context is king & without reflection its nothing more than a bag in the wind. #chat2lrn 16:12:06
LnDDave A1) Reflection is all about context. #Chat2lrn 16:12:10
megbertapelle RT @sarah_korbel: #chat2lrn Q1) taking time to process, sort out what is relevent and pertinent to me and how I can apply what I’ve learned. 16:12:14
pattishank @alc47 Miss you! #chat2lrn 16:12:15
npmaven RT @AndrewJacobsLD: Q1 Reflection isnt in addition to learning, its part of it. We dont give it enough credibility in our design. #chat2lrn 16:12:20
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Stop. Breath. Remember. Interpret. Continue. #chat2lrn 16:12:26
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: RT @LnDDave: RT @JD_Dillon: Q1) Reviewing. Writing. Sharing. Discussing.  #chat2lrn 16:12:33
LnDDave RT @pattishank: q1) It also goes beyond content to who and how. #chat2lrn 16:12:35
FionaQuigs RT @LnDDave: A1) Reflection is all about context. #Chat2lrn >and a little about connections 16:12:40
AndreaMay1 RT @fionaquigs: Q1) Think conferences should have a special “reflection room” that has nice soft seats, music and beer #chat2lrn <YES! 16:12:55
weisblatt Q1) Reflection is also important for spacing the learning http://t.co/wqMMB4TRMp #chat2lrn 16:13:00
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q1) Think conferences should have a special “reflection room” that has nice soft seats, music and beer #chat2lrn 16:13:03
JD_Dillon RT @LnDDave: RT @pattishank: q1) It also goes beyond content to who and how. #chat2lrn 16:13:06
npmaven Hey, Twitter chain: Fantastic conversation on reflection in learning taking place now, at #chat2lrn. Join us! #chat2lrn 16:13:09
AndrewJacobsLD @sarah_korbel @weisblatt And learning without reflection or context just becomes litter. #fileshandouts #chat2lrn 16:13:10
LisaAGoldstein @FionaQuigs We did that at the hotel lobby bar during the game crawl. Great time for reflection. #chat2lrn 16:13:10
weisblatt RT @FionaQuigs: RT @LnDDave: A1) Reflection is all about context. #Chat2lrn >and a little about connections #chat2lrn 16:13:13
chat2lrn Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:13:26
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q1) Reflection is also important for spacing the learning http://t.co/JndDmLAnmX #chat2lrn 16:13:32
npmaven RT @weisblatt: Q1) Reflection is also important for spacing the learning http://t.co/hznOmQiRRs #chat2lrn 16:13:39
niallgavinuk Hi all, better late than never ,I guess… #chat2lrn 16:13:42
tomspiglanin Agree, that’s where finding application fits @lnddave: A1) Reflection is all about context. #Chat2lrn 16:13:46
weisblatt RT @LnDDave: A1) Reflection is all about context. #chat2lrn 16:13:47
lttlewys Rolling in a lil late!! Morning All! #chat2lrn 16:13:49
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:13:53
AndrewJacobsLD RT @weisblatt: Q1) Reflection is also important for spacing the learning http://t.co/wqMMB4TRMp #chat2lrn 16:13:55
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:13:59
megbertapelle RT @andrewjacobsld: @sarah_korbel @weisblatt And learning without reflection or context just becomes litter. #fileshandouts #chat2lrn 16:14:00
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:02
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:03
npmaven My bias: learning w/o reflection isn’t *real* learning. 😉 #chat2lrn 16:14:08
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:12
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:14
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:20
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:20
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:21
megbertapelle @niallgavinuk glad you made it! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:14:26
Wendy_Edie RT @chat2lrn: Q1) What does reflecting on learning mean to you? #chat2lrn 16:14:28
tomspiglanin Hi, Brandie! RT @lttlewys: Rolling in a lil late!! Morning All! #chat2lrn 16:14:29
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn q2) If I didn’t reflect on learning, I wouldn#t learn anything myself 16:14:30
FionaQuigs RT @npmaven: My bias: learning w/o reflection isn’t *real* learning. 😉 #chat2lrn >agree – its just “experiencing” 16:14:33
Wendy_Edie RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:14:34
megbertapelle @lttlewys welcome! we’re not too far in 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:14:43
FionaQuigs RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn q2) If I didn’t reflect on learning, I wouldn#t learn anything myself 16:14:45
lttlewys @tomspiglanin Hiya!! #chat2lrn 16:14:55
weisblatt Q2) What we call learning is really collecting. Reflecting is where you really learn. #chat2lrn 16:15:04
JD_Dillon Q2) Get beneath the surface. Create deeper connections. Connect the dots. Stronger application. #chat2lrn 16:15:07
weisblatt RT @FionaQuigs: RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn q2) If I didnt reflect on learning, I wouldn#t learn anything myself #chat2lrn 16:15:14
pattishank q2) Makin’ it “real.” Transfer from instruction to reality. #chat2lrn 16:15:18
LisaAGoldstein Q2) New ideas can be born out of the reflection of learning while applying ideas to current challenges. #chat2lrn 16:15:19
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn q2) If I didn’t reflect on learning, I wouldn#t learn anything myself 16:15:19
FionaQuigs Q2) Reflection makes me focus on what I need to do better #chat2lrn 16:15:22
WendyTagg Q2 #chat2lrn Benefits: Reflecting is taking the learning from someone else’s context to mine. 16:15:27
JD_Dillon RT @weisblatt: Q2) What we call learning is really collecting. Reflecting is where you really learn. #chat2lrn 16:15:28
LisaAGoldstein RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Get beneath the surface. Create deeper connections. Connect the dots. Stronger application. #chat2lrn 16:15:43
lress RT @weisblatt: Q2) What we call learning is really collecting. Reflecting is where you really learn. #chat2lrn 16:15:45
tomspiglanin For me reflecting brings what I learned into focus, what can I actually do with it. Perform better. #chat2lrn 16:15:47
AndreaMay1 Q2) I think reflecting allows you to make the leap from theory to application. #chat2lrn 16:15:55
pattishank RT @JD_Dillon: RT @weisblatt: Q2) What we call learning is really collecting. Reflecting is where you really learn. #chat2lrn 16:15:57
kelly_smith01 RT @chat2lrn: Q2) What benefits do you see from reflecting on learning? #chat2lrn 16:15:58
JudithELS RT @niallgavinuk: q2) If I didnt reflect on learning, I wouldn’t learn anything myself <or make it explicit in my case #chat2lrn 16:16:03
lttlewys A2: Need to look/reflect on what is being learned, gain comprehension and teach to others #chat2lrn 16:16:04
megbertapelle RT @jd_dillon: Q2) Get beneath the surface. Create deeper connections. Connect the dots. Stronger application. #chat2lrn 16:16:19
lttlewys @megbertapelle Sweet!! Morning! #chat2lrn 16:16:24
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: q2) Makin’ it “real.” Transfer from instruction to reality. #chat2lrn 16:16:26
lizcable Reflection is vital to all experiential learning. #chat2lrn #uniPGcert 16:16:30
JD_Dillon Q2) Reflection through writing (blog, tweet, etc.) creates sharing opportunities so others can benefit.  #chat2lrn 16:16:43
LisaAGoldstein Well said RT @lress: RT @weisblatt: Q2) What we call learning is really collecting. Reflecting is where you really learn. #chat2lrn 16:16:43
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A2) making meaning, connecting to my role, identifying gaps in what I need to experience and learn, who do I need, what do I need 16:16:45
weisblatt Q2) Reflection: No other way to integrate new knowledge with your existing schema. Without that you won’t accept it. #chat2lrn 16:16:46
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: Q2) New ideas can be born out of the reflection of learning while applying ideas to current challenges. #chat2lrn < YES 16:16:46
FionaQuigs Q2) Reflecting helps maintain continous cycle of learning – experience it – understand it – reflect on it – learn it –  #chat2lrn 16:16:50
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q2) Reflection makes me focus on what I need to do better #chat2lrn 16:16:53
AndrewJacobsLD A2 Isn’t that like asking what it’s like drinking and spitting, smoking without inhaling, chewing not swallowing? #chat2lrn 16:16:57
megbertapelle RT @wendytagg: Q2 #chat2lrn Benefits: Reflecting is taking the learning from someone else’s context to mine. <LOVE this 16:17:02
pattishank q2 Also we learn where it doesn’t apply. #chat2lrn 16:17:06
tomspiglanin I can lrn without, but it means less MT @weisblatt: Q2) What we call lrng is really collecting. Reflecting is where really learn. #chat2lrn 16:17:08
WendyTagg RT @pattishank: q2) Makin’ it “real.” Transfer from instruction to reality. #chat2lrn 16:17:09
sarah_korbel Q2)Reflecting takes it to the next level, rather than just receving info to recall. Reflection increases knowledge and perspective.#chat2lrn 16:17:13
npmaven RT @weisblatt: Q2) Reflection: No other way to integrate new knowledge with your existing schema. Without that you wont accept it. #chat2lrn 16:17:18
megbertapelle RT @andreamay1: Q2) I think reflecting allows you to make the leap from theory to application. #chat2lrn 16:17:23
npmaven RT @FionaQuigs: Q2) Reflecting helps maintain continous cycle of learning – experience it-understand it-reflect on it-learn it #chat2lrn 16:17:42
tomspiglanin MT @andrewjacobsld: A2 Isn’t that like asking what it’s like drinking and spitting, smoking w/o inhaling, chewing not swallowing? #chat2lrn 16:17:45
weisblatt RT @megbertapelle: RT @wendytagg: Q2 #chat2lrn Benefits: Reflecting is taking the learning from someone elses context to mine. #chat2lrn 16:17:46
npmaven RT @megbertapelle: RT @andreamay1: Q2) I think reflecting allows you to make the leap from theory to application. #chat2lrn 16:17:47
AndrewJacobsLD A2 doesn’t the learning come from the reflection? Aggregation isn’t learning; the act of sifting and filtering is. #chat2lrn 16:17:51
LisaAGoldstein @OU812Jensen I’m glad you enjoy it as much as I do! Welcome to the on going discussion! #Chat2Lrn 16:18:03
JudithELS RT @pattishank: q2 Also we learn where it doesnt apply <or when to wait until it does? #chat2lrn 16:18:06
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q2) Reflection: No other way 2integrate new knwlg w/ur existing schema. w/out that u won’t accept it. #chat2lrn <lrng lost 16:18:24
lizcable @npmaven i think you can learn without reflection, but not the sort of learning that changes your mind or life. #chat2lrn #unipgcert 16:18:34
tomspiglanin @andrewjacobsld Well, sometimes after an “event” many people return to old ways. Sad, but true. #chat2lrn 16:18:34
WendyTagg @megbertapelle Thank you – reflecting/writing up seems to be when I take ownership and start to apply the learning #chat2lrn 16:18:34
LnDDave A2) Reflection helps make learning tangible, and helps me better translate knowledge into action that applies to my role. #Chat2lrn 16:18:39
pattishank RT @JudithELS: RT @pattishank: q2 Also we learn where it doesnt apply <or when to wait until it does?> Right! #chat2lrn 16:18:44
JD_Dillon The official soundtrack for today’s chat: Reflection by Christina Aguilera [VIDEO] http://t.co/JbfWOrgThm #chat2lrn 16:18:49
megbertapelle RT @andrewjacobsld: A2 like asking what it’s like drinking &spitting, smoking w/out inhaling, chewing not swallowing? #chat2lrn <LOL 16:19:15
FionaQuigs MT @lizcable: @npmaven you can learn without reflection, but not sort of learning that changes your mind or life. #chat2lrn #unipgcert>Yes! 16:19:28
LisaAGoldstein RT @lizcable: @npmaven i think you can learn without reflection, but not the sort of learning that changes your mind or life  #chat2lrn 16:19:41
chat2lrn Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:19:45
AndrewJacobsLD @JudithELS @pattishank Good point although knowledge management means ‘just in case’ isn’t as needed now. #chat2lrn 16:19:46
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:19:56
WendyTagg MT @fionaquigs: Q2) Reflecting helps maintain continous cycle of learning, experience it, understand it, reflect on it, learn it #chat2lrn 16:19:58
kelly_smith01 RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:03
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:07
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:08
npmaven @lizcable Oh, agreed! Exaggerating in the spirit of that meaningful change. #chat2lrn 16:20:09
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why dont we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:14
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn q2) By reflecting and (if appropriate) sharing those reflections, one makes oneself accountable to oneself and to others 16:20:17
pattishank @JD_Dillon Okay, now I’m easily distracted! #chat2lrn 16:20:23
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why dont we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:23
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:25
FionaQuigs @AndrewJacobsLD think it is possibe to learn simple stuff without reflection, but if we are aware of power of reflection, it helps #chat2lrn 16:20:29
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why dont we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:30
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why dont we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:35
tomspiglanin MT @lizcable: @npmaven i think you can learn without reflection, but not the sort of learning that changes your mind or life. #chat2lrn 16:20:36
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: RT @lizcable: @npmaven think u can learn w/out reflection, but not sort of lrng that changes ur mind or life  #chat2lrn 16:20:37
JD_Dillon Q3) Because my project is due tomorrow! 😦 #chat2lrn 16:20:43
AndrewJacobsLD @tomspiglanin Tasted it, didn’t like it, will go back to what I did before. I call those people ‘tourists’. #chat2lrn 16:20:46
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:20:53
pattishank q3) Who says we don’t? #chat2lrn 16:20:53
npmaven Q3) Perceptions of ‘no time,’ not knowing/understanding that, lack of model/experience… #chat2lrn 16:20:54
megbertapelle Q3) we don’t make the time. life & day-to-day work gets in the way. can’t see forest for trees #chat2lrn 16:21:08
FionaQuigs Q3) Reflection might be more often associated with the “big ahas” so maybe it scares us a little? #chat2lrn 16:21:16
LisaAGoldstein Q3) Stop to smell the roses? #chat2lrn 16:21:17
pattishank q3) Oh, you mean why don’t we design it into instruction? #chat2lrn 16:21:24
kelly_smith01 “We” may not perform reflective learning – but I may perform reflective learning. #chat2lrn 16:21:31
AndrewJacobsLD @tomspiglanin Tourists because they can describe e/thing about it, have souvenirs and experiences but can’t apply it in real life. #chat2lrn 16:21:33
ASTDLearningDev RT @JD_Dillon: Q2) Reflection through writing (blog, tweet, etc.) creates sharing opportunities so others can benefit.  #chat2lrn 16:21:36
JudithELS Q3) Time pressures, distractions, can’t be bothered, don’t know how … #chat2lrn 16:21:38
JD_Dillon Q3) Priorities. Pace of everyday life. We forget to set aside time to just think, read, write, be. #chat2lrn 16:21:48
megbertapelle RT @jd_dillon: Q3) Because my project is due tomorrow! 😦 #chat2lrn < exactly 😛 16:21:52
FionaQuigs RT @pattishank: q3) Oh, you mean why don’t we design it into instruction? #chat2lrn >yes or why might we not do it 16:21:54
WendyTagg Q3) #chat2lrn Why not reflect more? We’re too hung up with busyness. It’s hard to justify taking the time to quietly mull things over. 16:21:58
AndrewJacobsLD @FionaQuigs Is that learning or programming? #chat2lrn 16:22:05
megbertapelle @pattishank well, maybe YOU do! 😉 #chat2lrn 16:22:13
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q3) Suspect we all do; maybe not as consciously as we might, but ‘stuff’ lingers… 16:22:15
JD_Dillon @pattishank Quality background music for your sharing needs! 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:22:21
pattishank q3) Not designed in bc most designers may not know why or how. #chat2lrn 16:22:27
FionaQuigs @AndrewJacobsLD define both 😉 #chat2lrn 16:22:34
LisaAGoldstein RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Priorities. Pace of everyday life. We forget to set aside time to just think, read, write, be. #chat2lrn 16:22:36
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: q3) Oh, you mean why don’t we design it into instruction? #chat2lrn < yes, that too 16:22:37
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A3)Time lack of it, Fear potentially identifies gaps in our abilities. 16:22:44
megbertapelle RT @npmaven: Q3) Perceptions of ‘no time,’ not knowing/understanding that, lack of model/experience… #chat2lrn 16:22:52
npmaven @fionaquigs Oh, yes. Excellent point: Reflection perception as only the lofty stuff may make it seem non-accessible. #chat2lrn 16:22:56
LisaAGoldstein Q3) It may help to remind ourselves that it IS productive behavior. #chat2lrn 16:23:12
npmaven RT @FionaQuigs: Q3) Reflection might be more often associated with the “big ahas” so maybe it scares us a little? #chat2lrn 16:23:22
megbertapelle RT @jd_dillon: Q3) Priorities. Pace of everyday life. We forget to set aside time to just think, read, write, be. #chat2lrn 16:23:22
pattishank a3) We reflect when things fail, no? #chat2lrn 16:23:33
AndrewJacobsLD A3 #controversywarning Because it’s not something L&D can control, measure, or provide so we don’t include it in design. #chat2lrn 16:23:33
JudithELS Q3) By ‘we’ do we mean us, L&D folk, or learners in general? If the latter then it may not be their thing! #chat2lrn 16:23:34
JD_Dillon Q3) Reflecting is kinda hard. 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:23:41
FionaQuigs Q3) I think it is getting into the habit. Too busy getting things done to think about it deeply! #chat2lrn 16:23:51
LnDDave A3) Reflection too often takes place ‘after’ learning, and too often we need to jump immediately back into the work. #Chat2lrn 16:23:54
pattishank @AndrewJacobsLD Good point. #chat2lrn 16:24:05
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q3) Suspect we all do; maybe not as consciously as we might, but ‘stuff’ lingers… < true, good point 16:24:07
WendyTagg RT @jd_dillon: Q3) Because my project is due tomorrow! 😦 #chat2lrn <Short term time pressures hurting long term effectiveness 16:24:09
weisblatt RT @jd_dillon: Q3) Priorities. Pace of everyday life. We forget to set aside time to just think, read, write, be. #chat2lrn 16:24:10
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn q3) Suggest that conscious reflection requires one to be present and attentive 16:24:11
ASTDLearningDev #chat2lrn Q3) Maybe some designers see the value but their peers might not. Maybe some group think at play. 16:24:15
FionaQuigs RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Reflecting is kinda hard. 🙂 #chat2lrn >it is! What would make it easier for you? 16:24:17
sarah_korbel Q3) If it doesn’t automatically resonate with us, sometimes we move onto the next quickly and miss out. #chat2lrn 16:24:22
tomspiglanin A3) “I’m so busy I don’t have time.” Self-fulfilling prophecy, reject that notion, please. #chat2lrn 16:24:23
WendyTagg RT @fionaquigs: Q3) I think it is getting into the habit. Too busy getting things done to think about it deeply! #chat2lrn 16:24:24
niallgavinuk RT @tomspiglanin: A3) “I’m so busy I don’t have time.” Self-fulfilling prophecy, reject that notion, please. #chat2lrn 16:24:26
AndreaMay1 RT @fionaquigs: Q3) Reflection might be more often associated with the “big ahas” so maybe it scares us a little? #chat2lrn <True I think 16:24:31
JD_Dillon Q3) Reflection sometimes takes on a negative stigma … ex: the postmortem.  #chat2lrn 16:24:31
npmaven 🙂  It does take some practice, commitment…  RT @JD_Dillon: Q3) Reflecting is kinda hard. 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:24:35
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A3) building it into design means we need to incorporate reflection type activies, questions, experiences – sometimes challenging 16:24:40
JudithELS RT @pattishank: a3) We reflect when things fail, no? <Yes, ‘we’ do but a lot don’t, just shrug & say ‘whatever’! #chat2lrn 16:24:41
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: q3) Not designed in bc most designers may not know why or how. #chat2lrn 16:24:43
weisblatt RT @pattishank: a3) We reflect when things fail, no?> and forget to reflect on success. #chat2lrn 16:24:45
pattishank a3 Reflection is a personal habit/habit of mind #chat2lrn 16:24:58
LisaAGoldstein Q3) Maybe it is about available forums…easy to reflect here, together. #chat2lrn 16:25:01
JD_Dillon @FionaQuigs I like to dedicate time and put my own processes in place, ex: writing through streams of thought. #chat2lrn 16:25:14
megbertapelle RT @sarah_korbel: Q3) If it doesn’t automatically resonate with us, sometimes we move onto the next quickly and miss out. #chat2lrn 16:25:22
LisaAGoldstein RT @weisblatt: RT @pattishank: a3) We reflect when things fail, no?> and forget to reflect on success. #chat2lrn 16:25:32
FionaQuigs RT @JD_Dillon: @FionaQuigs I like to dedicate time and put my own processes in place, ex: writing through streams of thought. #chat2lrn 16:25:37
ChangeContinuum #chat2lrn Q3) reflection isn’t a practice taught or role modelled in Western cultures is it? 16:25:39
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A3) “I’m so busy I don’t have time.” Self-fulfilling prophecy, reject that notion, please. #chat2lrn 16:25:42
LnDDave A3) People who don’t understand the value of reflection will not allocate time for it. #Chat2lrn 16:25:43
npmaven RT @pattishank: a3 Reflection is a personal habit/habit of mind #chat2lrn 16:25:50
ASTDLearningDev MT @niallgavinuk #chat2lrn q3) conscious reflection requires one to be present and attentive <<rite & it’s worthless if minds are racing 16:25:59
tomspiglanin RT @lnddave: A3) People who don’t understand the value of reflection will not allocate time for it. #Chat2lrn 16:26:07
weisblatt @LisaAGoldstein @pattishank Are we talking about two reflections: private and collaborative? #chat2lrn 16:26:08
JD_Dillon RT @LnDDave: A3) People who dont understand the value of reflection will not allocate time for it. #chat2lrn 16:26:09
WendyTagg RT @pattishank: a3) We reflect when things fail, no? #chat2lrn <True: Lessons Learnt – but to easy to ignore the good stuff 16:26:14
pattishank RT @ChangeContinuum: #chat2lrn Q3) reflection isnt a practice taught or role modelled in Western cultures is it? #chat2lrn 16:26:19
megbertapelle RT @ou812jensen: #chat2lrn A3) building it into design means we need to incorporate reflection type activies…challenging < true 16:26:20
AndreaMay1 RT @sarah_korbel: Q3) If it doesn’t automatically resonate with us, sometimes we move onto the next quickly and miss out. #chat2lrn 16:26:20
FionaQuigs Q3)Maybe forcing ppl to reflect is not a good idea – it seems a more unconscious thing you need to do whilst “not” thinking #chat2lrn 16:26:20
LisaAGoldstein Q3) How often do you mentally reflect but don’t put it on paper so the genius ideas you gave birth to fade away?  #chat2lrn 16:26:25
npmaven Where ‘too busy’ may play RT @sarah_korbel: Q3) If it doesnt automatically resonate w/us, we move onto next quickly & miss out. #chat2lrn 16:26:26
chat2lrn Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:26:31
CoGenerous RT @npmaven: Love this.  RT @pattishank: q1) Reflecting means intentionally turning an experience into learning. #chat2lrn 16:26:35
pattishank @ChangeContinuum It is an important habit that we need for all sorts of reasons #chat2lrn 16:26:37
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: RT @pattishank: a3) We reflect when things fail, no?> and forget to reflect on success. #chat2lrn 16:26:42
LnDDave A3) People designing learning don’t know how to design experiences that encourage reflection. #chat2lrn 16:26:52
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:26:53
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:26:53
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:26:58
lress RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why don’t we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:27:01
FionaQuigs RT @LnDDave: A3) People who don’t understand the value of reflection will not allocate time for it. #Chat2lrn 16:27:02
AndrewJacobsLD @ChangeContinuum Homework? #chat2lrn 16:27:04
LisaAGoldstein RT @CoGenerous: RT @npmaven: Love this.  RT @pattishank: q1) Reflecting means intentionally turning an experience into learning. #chat2lrn 16:27:09
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q4) Favourite tweets, then save them to my #evernote account 16:27:16
lress RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:17
SimonHeath1 “@ChangeContinuum: #chat2lrn Q3) reflection isn’t a practice taught or role modelled in Western cultures is it?” in religion mostly 16:27:21
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:26
FionaQuigs RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q4) Favourite tweets, then save them to my #evernote account 16:27:30
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: Q3) How often do u mentally reflect but don’t put it on paper so genius ideas you gave birth to fade away?  #chat2lrn 16:27:31
sarah_korbel A3)We forget, just because something might not matter to the “here and now” it might matter later. #chat2lrn 16:27:32
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:34
WendyTagg RT @lnddave: A3) People who don’t understand the value of reflection will not allocate time for it. #Chat2lrn <<Also they might stop others 16:27:34
AndreaMay1 RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:34
npmaven Q3) re forced reflection: mixed bag in for-credit setting (weekly journals). Some embrace, some resist & resent. #chat2lrn 16:27:39
JD_Dillon Q4) I block time into my calendar for regular reflection AND time associated with specific activities (ex: #LSCon). #chat2lrn 16:27:40
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:41
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:27:45
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:28:07
npmaven Q3) Doesn’t mean I don’t still require, in spirit of building their reflective capacity as learners. 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:28:08
FionaQuigs Q4) Need to create some space for your head to not think. #chat2lrn 16:28:09
pattishank q4)Unlikely to happen unless you see the need #chat2lrn 16:28:13
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A3) Reflection is a way for us to acknowledge what we do know, sheds light on what we don’t know so we can embrace change or shift 16:28:16
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q4) How do you build time into your routine for reflecting? #chat2lrn 16:28:17
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q4) Favourite tweets, then save them to my #evernote account < do you ever go back? 16:28:18
ChangeContinuum #chat2lrn Q4) when you’re more conscious of it’s value you do it more in different ways. Valuing the time to reflect is critical @chat2lrn 16:28:19
weisblatt Q4) Leave the building. Literally. I did this at #LScon. Hard to do because I was having so much fun. #chat2lrn 16:28:27
tomspiglanin A4) After a “significant” event I make a point of writing about it; I can’t do that without reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:28:30
FionaQuigs RT @npmaven: Q3) Doesn’t mean I don’t still require, in spirit of building their reflective capacity as learners. 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:28:36
JudithELS Q4) Quite simply, I don’t! I reflect as and when I need to #chat2lrn 16:28:41
LisaAGoldstein @weisblatt @pattishank Good question but it happens in both places, right? #Chat2Lrn 16:28:44
niallgavinuk @megbertapelle Indeed I do – lets me get back to blogs etc I have enjoyed (or missed) #chat2lrn 16:28:56
AndrewJacobsLD A4 My team and peers know that there are times I’m just ‘having a think’. Reflect needs the words ‘Step Back@ in front of it. #chat2lrn 16:28:56
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: Q4) Quite simply, I don’t! I reflect as and when I need to #chat2lrn >what prompts reflection for you? 16:29:02
pattishank Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list #chat2lrn 16:29:02
megbertapelle RT @jd_dillon: Q4) I block time into my calendar for regular reflection AND time associated with specific activities (ex: #LSCon). #chat2lrn 16:29:03
weisblatt @megbertapelle Yes I would be lost without Evernote. #chat2lrn 16:29:03
lttlewys A4: Time is an elusive creature, sometimes, I am able to block out time other times, it is a conversation/discussion on twitter #chat2lrn 16:29:23
AndrewJacobsLD RT @SimonHeath1: “@ChangeContinuum: #chat2lrn Q3) reflection isn’t a practice taught or role modelled in Western cultures is it?” in religion mostly 16:29:24
JD_Dillon Q4) I leave my office for lunch every day for thinking time (and to get away from the building cafeteria).  #chat2lrn 16:29:25
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q4) Leave the building. Literally. I did this at #LScon. Hard to do because I was having so much fun. #chat2lrn 16:29:29
npmaven Q4) Work for early a.m. quiet time, always have ‘brain book’ at the ready, schedule ‘me’ lunch hrs #chat2lrn 16:29:31
weisblatt @LisaAGoldstein @pattishank maybe we need both private and collaborative reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:29:43
tomspiglanin Me too, with you! > MT @weisblatt: Q4) Leave the building. I did this at #LScon. Hard to do because I was having so much fun. #chat2lrn 16:29:43
sarah_korbel A4)Frankly, I don’t. If it’s something that resonates or ticks me off I’ll make a point to reflect. Otherwise I think: Why bother? #chat2lrn 16:29:47
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A4) After a “significant” event I make a point of writing about it; I can’t do that without reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:29:48
ASTDLearningDev RT @pattishank: Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list #chat2lrn 16:29:49
niallgavinuk @JD_Dillon Lunchtime walks are great for refecting, agreed… #chat2lrn 16:29:56
LnDDave A4) For myself, I build time to blog, and many of my blog posts are reflecting on learning. #Chat2lrn 16:29:59
FionaQuigs Q4) I like twitter for reflection – if I see things being tweeted along the same theme it makes me think…that’s important #chat2lrn 16:30:00
npmaven Just now trying Moleskine Evernote. My worlds collide!  RT @weisblatt: @megbertapelle Yes I would be lost without Evernote. #chat2lrn 16:30:02
WendyTagg Q4) #chat2lrn By writing an internal blog.. Forces me to pick a topic/event/piece of work and think about it. 16:30:04
npmaven Oooh, like…  RT @ASTDLearningDev: RT @pattishank: Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list #chat2lrn 16:30:15
JD_Dillon @niallgavinuk In my case it’s a lunchtime drive/sit in the to-go area, but pretty close. #chat2lrn 16:30:24
FionaQuigs Q4) I can only reflect while not working – need to be doing something that is not using my brain too much #chat2lrn 16:30:36
weisblatt Q4) I walk in the parking garage. Never too cold or too hot and always dry. #chat2lrn 16:30:43
pattishank @weisblatt Agree… You get very diff outcomes. #chat2lrn 16:30:44
megbertapelle @niallgavinuk re: Q4) do you block time on your calendar? or just know that X day is your go back day? #chat2lrn 16:30:46
tomspiglanin Nice > MT @lttlewys: A4: Time is elusive, sometimes, I can block out time other times, it is a conversation/discussion on twitter #chat2lrn 16:30:56
megbertapelle RT @pattishank: Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list #chat2lrn < oh yeah, that’s awesome 16:30:57
JudithELS @FionaQuigs Q4) What prompts me is difficult to say, it’s just something that I seem to do intuitively. Always have done!  #chat2lrn 16:30:58
niallgavinuk I also append relevant tweets to our internal #yammer site using the #yam hashtag #chat2lrn 16:30:59
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A4) For myself, I build time to blog, and many of my blog posts are reflecting on learning. #Chat2lrn 16:31:09
tomspiglanin RT @fionaquigs: Q4) I can only reflect while not working – need to be doing something that is not using my brain too much #chat2lrn 16:31:13
LisaAGoldstein @weisblatt @pattishank Some think better internally, some better with others. But I think we do need both. #chat2lrn 16:31:14
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A4) schedule it in personally, share with a peer. As a designer follow the ERGA model. 16:31:16
weisblatt RT @pattishank: Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list> Best Tweet of the month! #chat2lrn 16:31:22
WendyTagg RT @tomspiglanin: A4) After a “significant” event I make a point of writing about it; I can’t do that without reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:31:23
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q4) like twitter for reflection- if see things being tweeted along same theme it makes me think…that’s important #chat2lrn 16:31:48
pattishank @OU812Jensen What’s the ERGA model? #chat2lrn 16:31:49
npmaven Q4) Definitely finding > need for focus w/age. Even background noise, music becoming more distracting. #chat2lrn 16:31:55
megbertapelle RT @wendytagg: Q4) #chat2lrn By writing an internal blog.. Forces me to pick a topic/event/piece of work and think about it. 16:31:55
pattishank RT @LisaAGoldstein: @weisblatt @pattishank Some think better internally, some better with others. But I think we do need both. #chat2lrn 16:32:05
FionaQuigs Q4 There is a great model called the “Heroes Journey” I like that. #chat2lrn 16:32:16
JD_Dillon Time for my group hangout (love the Google+). Great chat so far. Talk to ya’ll later! #chat2lrn 16:32:18
LisaAGoldstein A4) I sometimes think better with others. That’s when I login to Skype/Twitter and chat with my PLN friends #chat2lrn 16:32:22
Questions1st @tomspiglanin @weisblatt true, if u don’t reflect and question what you learn, you’ll not really understandt it #chat2lrn 16:32:32
pattishank Q4) When I reflect w others, their input often helps. #chat2lrn 16:32:36
WendyTagg RT @fionaquigs: Q4) I can only reflect while not working – need to be doing something that is not using my brain too much #chat2lrn 16:32:38
niallgavinuk @megbertapelle Less structured than that, but as I draft my blogs in #evernote anyway, I’m in and out all the time #myEN #chat2lrn 16:32:38
ChangeContinuum @pattishank couldn’t agree more – isn’t it curious that historically it’s not been top of the curriculum… #chat2lrn 16:32:39
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: I also append relevant tweets to our internal #yammer site using the #yam hashtag #chat2lrn 16:32:41
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A4) everynight at LScon I was reflecting on what I learned and experienced that day so I could capture more reflections. 16:32:46
AndrewJacobsLD @FionaQuigs Blog your answer too then Fiona and we can compare/contrast. #chat2lrn 16:33:02
tomspiglanin RT @LisaAGoldstein: A4) I sometimes think better with others. That’s when I login to Skype/Twitter and chat with my PLN friends #chat2lrn 16:33:06
LnDDave A4) As a designer, I try to build reflection into learning: How can you apply this? How can this help you in your work? #Chat2lrn 16:33:07
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: A4) I sometimes think better with others. That’s when I login to Skype/Twitter and chat with my PLN friends #chat2lrn 16:33:18
chat2lrn Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:33:37
AndreaMay1 Q4) think about it, write about it, talk about it – usually in that order for me. #chat2lrn 16:33:42
LisaAGoldstein @megbertapelle I didn’t know you had a yammer #Chat2Lrn – sounds like a great resource #chat2lrn 16:33:50
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: @megbertapelle Less structured than that, but as draft blogs in #evernote anyway, I’m in &out all the time #myEN #chat2lrn 16:33:51
npmaven I’m one of those for whom putting pen to paper is essential component of learning.  #chat2lrn 16:33:52
ChangeContinuum @AndrewJacobsLD hmmm… there’s a different feel (& value?) to voluntary reflection and enforced recollection I think… #chat2lrn 16:33:54
FionaQuigs Q4) Asking ppl “what does this mean to you” also helps. Always help to make connections #chat2lrn 16:33:57
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:00
WendyTagg RT @pattishank: Q4 Prioritize your needs, not your to-do list #chat2lrn <<Really, Really IMPORTANT 16:34:00
ASTDLearningDev #chat2lrn Q4) never reflected on it 🙂 but writing our blogs/newsletter has been a big way for me to reflect 16:34:01
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:03
Questions1st RT @npmaven: RT @chat2lrn: Q3) If reflection is important, why dont we do more of it? #chat2lrn 16:34:05
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:05
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:21
FionaQuigs Q5) Reflecting on success is easier. Failure is much tougher #chat2lrn 16:34:31
LisaAGoldstein RT @OU812Jensen: A4) everynight at #LScon I reflected on what I learned& experienced that day so I could capture more reflections. #chat2lrn 16:34:32
Questions1st RT @weisblatt: Q1) Reflection is also important for spacing the learning http://t.co/wqMMB4TRMp #chat2lrn 16:34:33
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:39
weisblatt Q4) I need the alone time to process, but I need the collaborative time to expand the ideas and hash them out. #chat2lrn 16:34:49
pattishank @ChangeContinuum Most curricula aren’t socratic in the least. 😦 #chat2lrn 16:34:50
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:34:52
AndrewJacobsLD A5 Easier for me when I’m on my own – I need to internalise. #chat2lrn 16:35:03
Questions1st RT @tomspiglanin: RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:35:04
ASTDLearningDev #chat2lrn q5) like most things…it’s easier when you have support! harder if not. 16:35:05
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A4) As a designer, I try to build reflection into learning: How can u apply this? How can this help u in ur work? #Chat2lrn 16:35:10
LisaAGoldstein RT @weisblatt: Q4) I need the alone time to process, but I need the collaborative time to expand the ideas and hash them out. #chat2lrn 16:35:14
npmaven Q5) For me (an introvert), solitude when brain is fresh is essential – & harder to come by than it once was. #chat2lrn 16:35:20
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:35:33
FionaQuigs Q5) I like my own company when I reflect – then I can reflect with others without having my thoughts drowned out. #chat2lrn 16:35:43
AndrewJacobsLD @ASTDLearningDev Agreed – changed my practice a lot as a result. #chat2lrn 16:35:44
tomspiglanin @LnDDave Nice, Dave. Some think reflecting is the learning, but I think reflecting more about “staying power’ #chat2lrn 16:35:44
weisblatt Q4) How about adding break time and a discussion to blended programs (not limited to classroom) #chat2lrn 16:35:48
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A5) when I understand the context easier, when I don’t – harder.  Analytics/API for example had to really dig deep to make my own 16:35:57
megbertapelle RT @andreamay1: Q4) think about it, write about it, talk about it – usually in that order for me. #chat2lrn 16:35:59
pattishank @npmaven Agree. #chat2lrn 16:36:02
JudithELS Q5) Reflection is a lot harder when the topic, situation, context is complex #chat2lrn 16:36:03
WendyTagg q5) #chat2lrn Easier: When things going well, attention undivided. Harder: when juggling loads of tasks. 16:36:14
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q5) When is reflection easier? When is it harder? #chat2lrn 16:36:23
megbertapelle @lisaagoldstein yeah, we do, but I was RTing @niallgavinuk 🙂 but it’s a great idea! #chat2lrn 16:36:30
Questions1st @FionaQuigs Q5) Reflecting on success is easier. Failure is much tougher #chat2lrn < reflection on failure is also more important 16:36:34
FionaQuigs RT @JudithELS: Q5) Reflection is a lot harder when the topic, situation, context is complex #chat2lrn >esp when ppl relationships involved 16:36:40
tomspiglanin A5) Reflecting is “easier” when new knowledge is fresh, but need to make the time to do it. #chat2lrn 16:36:48
megbertapelle RT @wendytagg: q5) #chat2lrn Easier: When things going well, attention undivided. Harder: when juggling loads of tasks. 16:36:52
pattishank q5) It comes easy to me. I’m reflective. #chat2lrn 16:37:00
WendyTagg RT @weisblatt: Q4) I need the alone time to process, but I need the collaborative time to expand the ideas and hash them out. #chat2lrn 16:37:03
weisblatt Q5) Reflect is impossible when you are being force-fed training. #chat2lrn 16:37:06
ChangeContinuum @pattishank where in the last 2500 years did we lose sight of it I wonder! #chat2lrn 16:37:10
FionaQuigs @Questions1st not so sure, think it depends on the context. I want to make sure I know how to repeat sucees – not just an accident #chat2lrn 16:37:24
Questions1st @FionaQuigs agreed. asking yourself the same question also helps 🙂 it’s not always as obvious as it seems #chat2lrn 16:37:30
tomspiglanin A5) Reflecting becomes harder when you can’t see the forest for the trees; get busy, don’t see big picture and make time. #chat2lrn 16:37:31
AndreaMay1 MT @npmaven: Q5) For me (an introvert), solitude when brain is fresh is essential #chat2lrn < Me too, and without pressures of deadlines etc 16:37:35
tomspiglanin RT @weisblatt: Q4) How about adding break time and a discussion to blended programs (not limited to classroom) #chat2lrn 16:37:40
weisblatt Q5) Reflection is easier when the context was a key component of the learning. #chat2lrn 16:37:42
pattishank q5 But I can get really confused when the signals are weird. Does that happen to others? #chat2lrn 16:37:48
npmaven I have Rubbermaid tubs full of journals. Let’s just say it’s become a habit.  #chat2lrn 16:37:50
WendyTagg RT @npmaven: Q5) For me (an introvert), solitude when brain is fresh is essential – & harder to come by than it once was. #chat2lrn 16:37:53
FionaQuigs RT @pattishank: q5) It comes easy to me. I’m reflective. #chat2lrn >me too – but I probably overthink too 16:37:56
megbertapelle Q5) when I’m not under a deadline, much easier, hard if don’t plan into schedule, but also tend to put off if competing priority #chat2lrn 16:37:59
weisblatt RT @pattishank: q5) It comes easy to me. Im reflective. #chat2lrn 16:38:07
FionaQuigs Q5) Is it possible to reflect too much? #chat2lrn 16:38:12
JudithELS @FionaQuigs Q5) Definitely when people and relationships are involved it is often very, very hard to do #chat2lrn 16:38:17
megbertapelle RT @judithels: Q5) Reflection is a lot harder when the topic, situation, context is complex #chat2lrn 16:38:25
sarah_korbel @FionaQuigs Reflecting on success is easier.Failure is much tougher -Opposite4me, failure=reflect bcuz I NEED to know why & fix it.#chat2lrn 16:38:34
LnDDave A5) Reflection is easiest when it is baked into the learning; How will this learning help you solve a problem? #chat2lrn 16:38:38
britz A5) Sometime reflection is best with others, other times in solitude or better yet when both available #chat2lrn 16:38:39
WendyTagg RT @weisblatt: Q5) Reflection is easier when the context was a key component of the learning. #chat2lrn <<Interesting ! 16:38:40
lizcable q5) I am an activist, so best for me is during the session as part of the session. Timed and delivered. #chat2lrn 16:38:45
weisblatt @pattishank I wonder if being reflective (self-aware) is a prerequisite for reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:38:46
pattishank @FionaQuigs I think we’re master overthinkers 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:38:50
tomspiglanin So I should see myself in you 😉 RT @pattishank: q5) It comes easy to me. I’m reflective. #chat2lrn 16:38:51
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A5) it’s harder in learning when you’re trying to make the appropriate linkages, how it relates to what you need to do or know. 16:38:54
npmaven Yup, Paralysis by analysis…  RT @FionaQuigs: Q5) Is it possible to reflect too much? #chat2lrn 16:38:58
AndreaMay1 RT @fionaquigs: Q5) Is it possible to reflect too much? #chat2lrn <–Maybe if it never leads to action. 16:39:01
tomspiglanin RT @britz: A5) Sometime reflection is best with others, other times in solitude or better yet when both available #chat2lrn 16:39:08
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: @LnDDave Nice, Dave. Some think reflecting is the learning, but I think reflecting more about “staying power’ #chat2lrn 16:39:10
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q4) How about adding break time and a discussion to blended programs (not limited to classroom) #chat2lrn 16:39:16
npmaven RT @weisblatt: @pattishank I wonder if being reflective (self-aware) is a prerequisite for reflecting. #chat2lrn 16:39:19
LnDDave A5) Reflection is hard when you try to fit it into work hours when you’ve already missed days of work. #chat2lrn 16:39:30
pattishank @weisblatt Oh boy, that’s probably true. #chat2lrn 16:39:42
weisblatt RT @FionaQuigs: Is it possible to reflect too much? “Gazing at your navel” syndrome. I don’t think so. Life is one big reflection. #chat2lrn 16:39:46
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q5) Is it possible to reflect too much? <Absolutely it is! #chat2lrn 16:39:48
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q5) Easier when I turn down the noise; very difficult when surrounded by ‘chatter’ (sometimes that means switching twitter off!) 16:39:48
FionaQuigs RT @npmaven: Yup, Paralysis by analysis…  RT @FionaQuigs: Q5) Is it possible to reflect too much? #chat2lrn >That’s me 😉 16:39:49
megbertapelle RT @ou812jensen: #chat2lrn A5) when understand context easier, when I don’t – harder. < this is v. true, applicable context so crucial 16:39:58
LnDDave A5) Reflection is hardest when it is forced and there is little connection between the learning and the work. #chat2lrn 16:40:13
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A5) Reflecting is “easier” when new knowledge is fresh, but need to make the time to do it. #chat2lrn 16:40:18
FionaQuigs Q5) So what do you say to ppl who reflect too much? #chat2lrn 16:40:19
ASTDLearningDev @LnDDave agree: tie-backs to the job = a great, simple focal point for reflection. #chat2lrn 16:40:30
tomspiglanin A5) @britz has a good point, sharing with others often helpful for reflection. Socialize when appropriate #chat2lrn 16:40:34
weisblatt RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q5) very difficult when surrounded by chatter (sometimes that means switching twitter off!) #chat2lrn 16:40:36
pattishank RT @LnDDave: A5) Reflection is hardest when it is forced and there is little connection between the learning and the work. #chat2lrn 16:40:40
chat2lrn Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:40:51
weisblatt RT @LnDDave: A5) Reflection is hardest when it is forced and there is little connection between the learning and the work. #chat2lrn 16:40:56
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A5) Reflection is hard when you try to fit it into work hours when you’ve already missed days of work. #chat2lrn 16:41:02
JudithELS RT @FionaQuigs: Q5) So what do you say to ppl who reflect too much? <Take a ‘chill pill’? #chat2lrn 16:41:09
pattishank @FionaQuigs Stop thinking so much. 🙂 #chat2lrn 16:41:13
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:41:14
npmaven Must do sometimes.  RT @niallgavinuk:  Q5) very difficult when surrounded by chatter (sometimes means switching twitter off!) #chat2lrn 16:41:20
tomspiglanin RT @lnddave: A5) Reflection is hardest when it is forced and there is little connection between the learning and the work. #chat2lrn 16:41:24
weisblatt Can you get people who are normally not reflective to practice it? #chat2lrn 16:41:32
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:41:36
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q5) Easier when turn down noise; v difficult when surrounded by ‘chatter’ (smtms means switching twitter off!) 16:41:49
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:41:49
LisaAGoldstein Q5) Sometimes brilliant ideas fizzle out from opposing opinions. Don’t forget to hang on to what you believe in. #chat2lrn 16:41:58
techbelle But remember – part of reflection is also listening to the voices around you, not just your own #chat2lrn 16:42:01
pattishank q6) I always ask: What is this telling me to DO? #chat2lrn 16:42:04
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:42:05
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:42:10
npmaven Q5) I’m deep in ‘turn of Twitter to save sanity/focus’ part of semester right now. At least I know that abt me – and it. #chat2lrn 16:42:13
FionaQuigs Q5) Just do it #chat2lrn 16:42:22
britz RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn / I find they intertwine-its kind of an individual agile methodology 16:42:25
npmaven RT @megbertapelle: RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:42:29
weisblatt Learning: “Next time you do the task we discussed, think about these considerations you may not have thought about before.” #chat2lrn 16:42:38
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q6) What did I do? What did I learn? What am I going to do about/with it? Repeat… 16:42:43
pattishank RT @weisblatt: Can you get people who are normally not reflective to practice it?> I don’t think it’s easy.  #chat2lrn 16:42:47
npmaven Q6) Make a next-steps phase part of process. Then find way to hold yourself accountable. Mixed results on that one.  #chat2lrn 16:42:58
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:42:58
tomspiglanin @weisblatt Interesting question; wonder if that’s coming up soon in #chat2lrn 16:43:00
LisaAGoldstein Q6) Develop application #chat2lrn 16:43:01
WendyTagg Q6) #chat2lrn Reflection to Action: When writing my blog, I often find items for my to do list. 16:43:46
weisblatt Q6) Back to context. Put the reflection of the learning into the context of action and viola, you can act on it. #chat2lrn 16:43:59
JudithELS Q6) If my reflection generates action outcomes, then I have to find the right time and place to action them #chat2lrn 16:44:04
David_Goddin @SimonHeath1 I’m wondering if all learning is based on reflection to some degree… #chat2lrn 16:44:06
WendyTagg RT @npmaven: Q6) Make a next-steps phase part of process. Then find way to hold yourself accountable. Mixed results on that one.  #chat2lrn 16:44:26
AndreaMay1 Q6) I am a fan of “see one, do one, teach one” – reflection is necessary to act on the next step #chat2lrn 16:44:28
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Learning: “Next time u do task we discussed, think abt these considerations u may not have thought about before.” #chat2lrn 16:44:38
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) What did I do? What did I learn? What am I going to do about/with it? Repeat… 16:44:49
tomspiglanin A6) Reflection to action: for me, writing about it and sharing it if appropriate; writing is one action, but not the only #chat2lrn 16:44:54
weisblatt Q6) Reflect on what is driving the action you want to take in the context of what you learned. #chat2lrn 16:44:59
ASTDLearningDev #chat2lrn 6) i think reflection has to be all about envisioning action. no distinction. 16:45:02
npmaven RT @megbertapelle: RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q6) What did I do? What did I learn? What am I going to do about/with it? Repeat… #chat2lrn 16:45:12
megbertapelle RT @npmaven: Q6) Make next-steps phase part of process. Then find way to hold self accountable. Mixed results on that 1  #chat2lrn < agreed 16:45:14
pattishank RT @David_Goddin: @SimonHeath1 Im wondering if all learning is based on reflection to some degree…> A lot, I bet. #chat2lrn 16:45:16
FionaQuigs Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn 16:45:26
megbertapelle RT @wendytagg: Q6) #chat2lrn Reflection to Action: When writing my blog, I often find items for my to do list. 16:45:30
npmaven RT @ASTDLearningDev: #chat2lrn 6) i think reflection has to be all about envisioning action. no distinction. #chat2lrn 16:45:32
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A6) jump in with both feet, pick something I can make a quick win on, sticky note my top 3 next steps so they’re visual in my face 16:45:33
LisaAGoldstein RT @AndreaMay1 Q6) I am a fan of “see one, do one, teach one” – reflection is necessary to act on the next step #chat2lrn 16:45:36
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q6) How do you get from reflection to action? #chat2lrn 16:45:38
britz @David_Goddin @SimonHeath1 –  Real learning is experience, practice, conversation & REFLECTION HT @charlesjennings #reallearn #chat2lrn 16:45:41
niallgavinuk RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn >> Like that! 16:45:44
npmaven RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn 16:46:01
sarah_korbel @tomspiglanin sharing is caring right? #chat2lrn 16:46:08
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn 16:46:11
weisblatt Q6) We act on our framework of understanding. Reflection adjusts our framework to accommodate new ideas. This changes action. #chat2lrn 16:46:12
tomspiglanin A6) Reflecting after mistakes is also important; but you have to try again, better. That’s the action, grow and improve. #chat2lrn 16:46:14
SimonHeath1 @David_Goddin now that I agree with wholeheartedly #chat2lrn 16:46:14
LisaAGoldstein RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn 16:46:23
npmaven RT @britz: @David_Goddin @SimonHeath1 –  Real learning is experience, practice, conversation & REFLECTION HT @charlesjennings #chat2lrn 16:46:25
pattishank @ASTDLearningDev: Envisioning and doing are almost the same so you’re right! #chat2lrn 16:46:27
pattishank RT @npmaven: RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn 16:46:42
weisblatt RT @npmaven: RT @ASTDLearningDev: #chat2lrn 6) i think reflection has to be all about envisioning action. no distinction.>Great! #chat2lrn 16:46:44
WendyTagg RT @britz: @David_Goddin @SimonHeath1 –  Real learning is experience, practice, conversation & REFLECTION HT @charlesjennings  #chat2lrn 16:46:44
FionaQuigs RT @techbelle: But remember – part of reflection is also listening to the voices around you, not just your own #chat2lrn >Good point! 16:46:45
AndreaMay1 RT @fionaquigs: Q6) KISS – what will I Keep, Improve, Start and/or Stop #chat2lrn < Love it but will confuse with Keep It Simple Stupid! 16:47:12
tomspiglanin 🙂 And gets more feedback, more perspectives RT @sarah_korbel: @tomspiglanin sharing is caring right? #chat2lrn 16:47:17
LnDDave A6) If there’s context, moving from reflection to action should be easy. #chat2lrn 16:47:24
pattishank MT @weisblatt: Q6) We act on framework of understanding. Reflection adjusts framework. This changes action. #chat2lrn 16:47:31
LisaAGoldstein RT @npmaven: RT @ASTDLearningDev: #chat2lrn 6) i think reflection has to be all about envisioning action. no distinction. #chat2lrn 16:47:32
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A6) Reflecting after mistakes also important; but u have to try again, better. That’s the action, grow &improve #chat2lrn 16:47:43
pattishank RT @LnDDave: A6) If theres context, moving from reflection to action should be easy. #chat2lrn 16:47:53
npmaven RT @pattishank: MT @weisblatt: Q6) We act on framework of understanding. Reflection adjusts framework. This changes action. #chat2lrn 16:48:09
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A6) If there’s context, moving from reflection to action should be easy. #chat2lrn 16:48:10
weisblatt In #games you reflect by finding a new way to fail. #chat2lrn 16:48:12
FionaQuigs Q6) Reflecting is giving yourself feedback and putting it into action #chat2lrn 16:48:17
LnDDave A6) Part of reflection is answering the question “What can I DO with this information?” #chat2lrn 16:48:39
weisblatt RT @megbertapelle: RT @lnddave: A6) If theres context, moving from reflection to action should be easy. #chat2lrn 16:48:42
chat2lrn Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:48:50
ASTDLearningDev @chat2lrn @LnDDave excellent topic and excellent chat today as always #bravo #chat2lrn 16:48:51
npmaven Q6) Whoa, baby. I think y’all are sparking my next blog post. 😉  #chat2lrn 16:49:07
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:11
pattishank RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) Reflecting is giving yourself feedback and putting it into action> LOVE! #chat2lrn 16:49:14
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A6) I need to act on what I need more of and what I’m wanting more of – otherwise I experience learning decay – networking for me 16:49:15
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:21
ExpertusONE @FionaQuigs Sorry to miss live action. In mtgs this am. But topic is rich. Role of reflection in learning. Hope to write about it! #chat2lrn 16:49:24
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:29
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:34
npmaven RT @LnDDave: A6) Part of reflection is answering the question “What can I DO with this information?” #chat2lrn 16:49:35
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:37
npmaven RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:49:38
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:50:03
megbertapelle Q7) articulating your learning to communicate to others = solidifies ideas for yourself #chat2lrn 16:50:05
ExpertusONE RT @JudithELS: RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:50:05
AndreaMay1 RT @npmaven: Q6) Whoa, baby. I think y’all are sparking my next blog post. 😉  #chat2lrn <<Yay! 16:50:25
weisblatt Q7) Reflection rearranges ideas so they fit. Sharing stretches ideas so they grow. #chat2lrn 16:50:28
npmaven RT @megbertapelle: Q7) articulating your learning to communicate to others = solidifies ideas for yourself #chat2lrn 16:50:31
megbertapelle RT @npmaven: Q6) Whoa, baby. I think y’all are sparking my next blog post. 😉  #chat2lrn < excellent! let us know when it’s live! 🙂 16:50:39
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q7) What role could sharing with others play in reflection? #chat2lrn 16:50:40
pattishank q7)Cements reflection and potentially, action steps #chat2lrn 16:50:45
FionaQuigs Q6) I think reflecting with others is like reflection in 3-D, or reflection turbo charged. Also more likely to lead to action #chat2lrn 16:50:47
AndreaMay1 RT @megbertapelle: Q7) articulating your learning to communicate to others = solidifies ideas for yourself #chat2lrn <It surely does! 16:50:56
LnDDave A7) We learn tremendously from seeing the contextual links that people make between new and existing information. #chat2lrn 16:50:56
npmaven Love this.  RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection rearranges ideas so they fit. Sharing stretches ideas so they grow. #chat2lrn 16:51:07
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection rearranges ideas so they fit. Sharing stretches ideas so they grow. #chat2lrn 16:51:09
sarah_korbel A7) Sharing is caring! Get new perspective, ideas, can lead to support for taking action, keeps the learning cycle moving. #chat2lrn 16:51:13
pattishank q7) To learn, teach #chat2lrn 16:51:17
ExpertusONE A7: Clarification, expansion, simplification, validation, amplification… #chat2lrn 16:51:17
tomspiglanin A7) One thing about sharing, it exposes one to feedback; don’t drink your own bathwater, be open to what others say #chat2lrn 16:51:24
LisaAGoldstein Q7) Speakers tell stories; we relate to their challenges.Reflecting on what worked for them helps us decide if it will work for us #chat2lrn 16:51:25
FionaQuigs MT @LnDDave: A7) We learn tremendously seeing the contextual links that people make between new and existing information. #chat2lrn >Yes 16:51:27
ExpertusONE RT @megbertapelle: RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection rearranges ideas so they fit. Sharing stretches ideas so they grow. #chat2lrn 16:51:29
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q7) Sharing reflection makes one accountable – to oneself and to others 16:51:32
AndreaMay1 Q7) A different level of understanding is needed to share new learning – reflection gets you there. #chat2lrn 16:51:33
npmaven RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) reflecting w/others is like reflection in 3-D, or reflection turbo charged. Also more likely to lead to action #chat2lrn 16:51:34
weisblatt Q7) Sharing lets you test out your new understanding created by reflection. #chat2lrn 16:51:34
megbertapelle RT @fionaquigs: Q6) reflecting w/others is like reflection in 3-D, or reflection turbo charged. Also more likely to lead to action #chat2lrn 16:51:40
JudithELS Q7) For me this is key, from conferences, backchannels, blogs, tweets, etc : it’s the richness of shared learning #chat2lrn 16:51:47
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A7) We learn tremendously from seeing the contextual links that people make between new and existing information. #chat2lrn 16:51:53
FionaQuigs @ExpertusONE no worries. I will blog too so look forward to reading it #chat2lrn 16:51:57
WendyTagg Q7 #chat2lrn Sharing (learning out loud) alerts them to new possibilities and me to their perspectives. 16:51:58
pattishank MT @sarah_korbel: A7) Get new perspective, ideas, can lead to support for taking action, keeps the learning cycle moving. #chat2lrn 16:52:10
David_Goddin @britz @SimonHeath1 @charlesjennings @npmaven @wendytagg I’d a slightly different point about “all learning” not “real learning” #chat2lrn 16:52:20
megbertapelle RT @sarah_korbel: A7) …Get new perspective, ideas, can lead to support for taking action, keeps the learning cycle moving. #chat2lrn 16:52:25
LisaAGoldstein RT @megbertapelle: RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection rearranges ideas so they fit. Sharing stretches ideas so they grow. #chat2lrn 16:52:30
megbertapelle RT @expertusone: A7: Clarification, expansion, simplification, validation, amplification… #chat2lrn 16:52:30
pattishank RT @WendyTagg: Q7 #chat2lrn Sharing (learning out loud) alerts them to new possibilities and me to their perspectives. #chat2lrn 16:52:33
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn A7) opportunity to shift mindset, generate creative energy, common purpose, renewed energy when stuck. 16:52:44
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: A7) 1 thing abt sharing, it exposes one to feedback; don’t drink your own bathwater, be open to what others say #chat2lrn 16:52:48
tomspiglanin RT @expertusone: A7: Clarification, expansion, simplification, validation, amplification… #chat2lrn 16:52:55
LisaAGoldstein Q7) The listener often asks questions that we are then faced with answering. #chat2lrn 16:53:02
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q7) Sharing reflection makes one accountable – to oneself and to others 16:53:03
tomspiglanin RT @ou812jensen: #chat2lrn A7) opportunity to shift mindset, generate creative energy, common purpose, renewed energy when stuck. 16:53:09
ExpertusONE RT @pattishank: RT @WendyTagg: Q7 #chat2lrn Sharing (learning out loud) alerts them to new possibilities and me to their perspectives. #chat2lrn 16:53:09
weisblatt RT @AndreaMay1: Q7) A different level of understanding is needed to share new learning – reflection gets you there.> Exactly #chat2lrn 16:53:12
LnDDave A7) If I’m going to share my reflection with others, I need to articulate it well; it forces a higher level of understanding. #chat2lrn 16:53:12
pattishank RT @AndreaMay1: Q7) A different level of understanding is needed to share new learning – reflection gets you there. #chat2lrn 16:53:13
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q7) Sharing lets you test out your new understanding created by reflection. #chat2lrn < YES 16:53:18
ExpertusONE RT @LnDDave: A7) We learn tremendously from seeing the contextual links that people make between new and existing information. #chat2lrn 16:53:19
tomspiglanin RT @pattishank: RT @WendyTagg: Q7 #chat2lrn Sharing (learning out loud) alerts them to new possibilities and me to their perspectives. 16:53:23
FionaQuigs Q7) Perhaps reflection isn’t always about action, but clarifying your understanding is important too. Others helps wth this. #chat2lrn 16:53:40
pattishank @LnDDave Sharing is an uber level of reflection #chat2lrn 16:53:58
David_Goddin @britz @SimonHeath1 @charlesjennings @npmaven @wendytagg was exploring link between learning & reflective practice! #chat2lrn 16:54:01
megbertapelle RT @OU812Jensen: #chat2lrn A7) opportunity to shift mindset, generate creative energy, common purpose, renewed energy when stuck. < YES 16:54:07
LnDDave RT @pattishank: @LnDDave Sharing is an uber level of reflection #chat2lrn 16:54:08
britz A7) Sharing as a reflective practice can offer criticism, expansion or validation to what’s been learned #chat2lrn 16:54:13
chat2lrn Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:54:13
LisaAGoldstein RT @LnDDave: A7)If I share my reflection with others, I need to articulate it well;forces a higher level of understanding. #chat2lrn 16:54:15
weisblatt Q7) Reflection can get you tangled up. Your network can help untangle you. #chat2lrn 16:54:22
weisblatt RT @pattishank: @LnDDave Sharing is an uber level of reflection #chat2lrn 16:54:32
tomspiglanin RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:54:33
FionaQuigs RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection can get you tangled up. Your network can help untangle you. #chat2lrn >Like that! 16:54:43
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:54:44
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:54:46
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:54:49
LisaAGoldstein Q7) Also…validation #chat2lrn 16:54:49
tomspiglanin YES >> RT @britz: A7) Sharing as a reflective practice can offer criticism, expansion or validation to what’s been learned #chat2lrn 16:54:51
weisblatt RT @LnDDave: A7)If I share my reflection with others, I need to articulate it well;forces a higher level of understanding. #chat2lrn 16:54:53
megbertapelle RT @britz: A7) Sharing as a reflective practice can offer criticism, expansion or validation to what’s been learned #chat2lrn 16:54:58
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:55:02
megbertapelle RT @LnDDave: A7) If I share my reflection with others, I need to articulate it well;forces a higher level of understanding. #chat2lrn 16:55:14
AndreaMay1 RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection can get you tangled up. Your network can help untangle you. #chat2lrn <TG for PLNs! 16:55:14
LnDDave RT @britz: A7) Sharing as a reflective practice can offer criticism, expansion or validation to what’s been learned #chat2lrn 16:55:18
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q7) Reflection can get you tangled up. Your network can help untangle you. #chat2lrn 16:55:22
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:55:22
FionaQuigs Q8) Discussiong lessons learning during projects is always a good one #chat2lrn 16:55:22
pattishank q8 For those not used to the reflection mindset, we can model it out loud #chat2lrn 16:55:22
tomspiglanin A8) Sharing is one way to encourage others; it hasn’t killed me yet – altho there have been close calls 😮 #chat2lrn 16:55:39
LisaAGoldstein Q8) Share appreciation.  I appreciate this discussion.  I’m learning right now. #chat2lrn 16:55:47
LnDDave A8) Model reflective practices yourself. #chat2lrn 16:56:01
pattishank q8 For those not used to the reflection mindset, we can ask reflective questions #chat2lrn 16:56:02
JudithELS Q8) As an instructional designer quite a lot & I often build in reflective exercises, etc. to what I provide #chat2lrn 16:56:14
AndrewJacobsLD Sorry – had to step out for a min. A8) Model it. Model it. Model it.  And when you’re bored modelling it, model it more. #chat2lrn 16:56:14
niallgavinuk #chat2lrn Q8) In any intervention, allow time & space for reflection and provide a reusable reflective log template and/or channel access 16:56:15
weisblatt Q8) Create triggers: “Next time you see interest rates go down, think of what we learned about central banking.” #chat2lrn 16:56:17
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: Q8) What could you do to encourage others to reflect? #chat2lrn 16:56:17
weisblatt RT @LnDDave: A8) Model reflective practices yourself. #chat2lrn 16:56:26
FionaQuigs Q6) Be careful of blame/punishment – esp if ppl make mistakes as they are less likely to admit and then reflect/change #chat2lrn 16:56:31
LnDDave A8) If you want people to reflect on learning, ask better questions. #chat2lrn 16:56:33
britz Q8) To encourage others to reflect? In formal learning, plan for it. Leaders, give time for it. Peers, model it & share value #chat2lrn 16:56:39
pattishank RT @LisaAGoldstein: Q8) Share appreciation.  I appreciate this discussion.  Im learning right now. #chat2lrn 16:56:40
megbertapelle Q8) be a role model. build it into designs. ask for someone else’s take on things, spark discussion & maybe reflection #chat2lrn 16:56:43
OU812Jensen #chat2lrn Have to run to mtg. Thanks for the reflection and the opportunity to connect and learn together, enjoying every minute of it! 16:56:49
FionaQuigs Q8) Be the change you want to see #chat2lrn 16:56:52
tomspiglanin RT @lisaagoldstein: Q8) Share appreciation.  I appreciate this discussion.  I’m learning right now. #chat2lrn 16:56:54
tomspiglanin RT @lnddave: A8) Model reflective practices yourself. #chat2lrn 16:56:57
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: Q8) Share appreciation.  I appreciate this discussion.  I’m learning right now. #chat2lrn 16:56:59
pattishank RT @FionaQuigs: Q6) Be careful of blame/punishment – if ppl make mistakes as they are less likely to admit and then reflect/change #chat2lrn 16:57:02
tomspiglanin RT @judithels: Q8) As an instructional designer quite a lot & I often build in reflective exercises, etc. to what I provide #chat2lrn 16:57:05
pattishank RT @LnDDave: A8) If you want people to reflect on learning, ask better questions. #chat2lrn 16:57:16
FionaQuigs @OU812Jensen thanks for your input Cindy! #chat2lrn 16:57:19
weisblatt Q8) Be direct “Step away form the computer! Go outside! Take a deep breath! Reflect! Now!” #chat2lrn 16:57:28
LisaAGoldstein Or reworded as lead by example RT @weisblatt: RT @LnDDave: A8) Model reflective practices yourself. #chat2lrn 16:57:30
ExpertusONE Agree forces focus & intent MT @LnDDave A7) to share my reflection…must articulate it well; forces higher level of understanding #chat2lrn 16:57:36
LnDDave A8) Build experiences in which reflection is a natural part of the process. #chat2lrn 16:57:52
megbertapelle RT @niallgavinuk: #chat2lrn Q8) …allow time & space for reflection &provide reusable reflective log template &/or channel access < love it 16:58:02
chat2lrn QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:58:19
pattishank Make reflective practice non-scary #chat2lrn 16:58:21
LisaAGoldstein Q8) Avoid too much criticism to those who reach out to share. People share because they care. Don’t stand in the way. #chat2lrn 16:58:26
LnDDave RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:58:26
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A8) If you want people to reflect on learning, ask better questions. #chat2lrn 16:58:27
LogicaES RT @WendyTagg: RT @weisblatt: Q5) Reflection is easier when the context was a key component of the learning. #chat2lrn <<Interesting ! 16:58:32
WendyTagg Q8 #chat2lrn Let them choose a method that suits their personality: Solo thinking for solitory types or discussion for gregarious types 16:58:35
weisblatt Follow @tomspiglanin’s idea and create a Twitterchat for the course. #chat2lrn 16:58:38
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q8) Create triggers: “Next time u see interest rates go down, think of what we learned about central banking.” #chat2lrn <YES 16:58:41
tomspiglanin RT @lnddave: A8) Build experiences in which reflection is a natural part of the process. #chat2lrn 16:58:42
AndreaMay1 Q8) Build sharing and application into the learning process which will necessitate reflection #chat2lrn 16:58:42
niallgavinuk Gotta run. Airport ‘bus to catch. Thanks all. Great chat. Good to be back. #chat2lrn 16:58:45
weisblatt RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:58:50
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:58:55
pattishank RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:58:56
LisaAGoldstein RT @pattishank: Make reflective practice non-scary #chat2lrn 16:59:01
pattishank RT @tomspiglanin: RT @lnddave: A8) Build experiences in which reflection is a natural part of the process. #chat2lrn 16:59:05
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Q8) Be direct “Step away form the computer! Go outside! Take a deep breath! Reflect! Now!” #chat2lrn < LOL 16:59:21
tomspiglanin RT @andreamay1: Q8) Build sharing and application into the learning process which will necessitate reflection #chat2lrn 16:59:24
LnDDave A8) Make all reflections valid; instead of correcting with a “No, but”, add to a reflection with a “Yes, and” #chat2lrn 16:59:28
AndreaMay1 RT @niallgavinuk: Gotta run. Airport ‘bus to catch. Thanks all. Great chat. Good to be back. #chat2lrn <<Safe trip! 16:59:29
weisblatt Qwrap) I’m really interested in this idea of creating space for private and public reflection. #chat2lrn 16:59:37
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 16:59:37
weisblatt RT @LisaAGoldstein: RT @pattishank: Make reflective practice non-scary #chat2lrn 16:59:50
tomspiglanin AWrap) Reflect. Then share. #chat2lrn 16:59:53
megbertapelle RT @lisaagoldstein: Q8) Avoid too much criticism …People share because they care. Don’t stand in the way. #chat2lrn < good tip 17:00:01
chat2lrn We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’s continue the conversation online: http://t.co/KV4aL9My #chat2lrn 17:00:07
LisaAGoldstein Qwrap) I found this chat especially fascinating. Really great ideas contained in this thread. Worth reflecting upon later. 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:00:14
Questions1st @FionaQuigs good point. understanding why you’re successful & how to repeat it may not be so obvious 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:00:20
tomspiglanin Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the blog at http://t.co/1loF4Kbnq9  #chat2lrn 17:00:29
pattishank @weisblatt Me too. Would like this to be a part of everyday work. #chat2lrn 17:00:32
LnDDave AWrap) Reflect, Share, and Repeat. #chat2lrn 17:00:33
chat2lrn Thanks for joining #chat2lrn today! A transcript will be posted on the blog at http://t.co/SxIyykqb  #chat2lrn 17:00:35
megbertapelle RT @lnddave: A8) Make all reflections valid; instead of correcting with a “No, but”, add to a reflection with a “Yes, and” #chat2lrn < yes! 17:00:36
AndreaMay1 RT @weisblatt: Qwrap) I’m really interested in this idea of creating space for private and public reflection. #chat2lrn <Me too. 17:00:40
pattishank Great chat! #chat2lrn 17:00:42
chat2lrn Should u blog on this topic or in response 2 #chat2lrn – we want 2 know!! http://t.co/KV4aL9My 17:00:43
FionaQuigs Qwrap) Looking into how to connect with others more to have regulated reflection rather than overthinking #chat2lrn 17:00:43
LisaAGoldstein RT @weisblatt Qwrap) I’m really interested in this idea of creating space for private and public reflection. #chat2lrn 17:00:49
weisblatt Back to work. Great chatting with you all. Met some of you for first time at #LSCon. Weird going back behind our avatars. #chat2lrn 17:00:49
megbertapelle RT @weisblatt: Qwrap) I’m really interested in this idea of creating space for private and public reflection. #chat2lrn 17:00:52
pattishank RT @LnDDave: AWrap) Reflect, Share, and Repeat. #chat2lrn 17:00:54
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: We are at an end, but don’t fret. Let’s continue the conversation online: http://t.co/mQUeoIrNJp #chat2lrn 17:00:55
chat2lrn #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of What Learners Want in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:00:55
LnDDave Great chat everyone! Thanks! #chat2lrn 17:01:04
JudithELS QWrap) Reflection is a key part of most learning, it’s possible to over-do it & some folk need impetus/help #chat2lrn 17:01:05
megbertapelle @lisaagoldstein so glad! 🙂 #chat2lrn 17:01:23
AndreaMay1 Really enjoyed today’s chat…so much to reflect on. Thank you all. #chat2lrn 17:01:25
britz RT @LnDDave: A8) Make all reflections valid; instead of correcting with a “No, but”, add to a reflection with a “Yes, and” #chat2lrn 17:01:25
WendyTagg @simonheath1: @britz @David_Goddin @charlesjennings could we make it the 3R’s? How about REFLECTION, Adaption, Application #chat2lrn 17:01:28
megbertapelle RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of What Learners Want in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming… 17:01:39
AndrewJacobsLD Qwrap) Well, it has to be a blog piece doesn’t it! #chat2lrn 17:01:41
WendyTagg RT @chat2lrn: QWrap) Chatting is great…but reflection and action are   better. What is your ‘take away’ from our chat?  #chat2lrn 17:01:48
AndreaMay1 RT @lnddave: Great chat everyone! Thanks! #chat2lrn <Thanks to you Dave! 17:01:50
JudithELS RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of What Learners Want in two weeks time. A blog or article coming soon… #chat2lrn 17:01:55
megbertapelle Qwrap) yet another reminder to block out some time to think & blog 🙂 recommitting to that #2013goal !! #chat2lrn 17:02:17
AndrewJacobsLD #chat2lrn @chat2lrn Don’t call them learners would be a start… 17:02:19
tomspiglanin Thanks @LnDDave for hosting the chat today and sharing in the blog. And congratulations, Program Director at the Guild! #chat2lrn 17:02:37
WendyTagg QWrap #chat2lrn Important to make space for reflection; let people choose the method that suits them best. 17:02:45
megbertapelle RT @andreamay1: Really enjoyed today’s chat…so much to reflect on. Thank you all. #chat2lrn <me too! 🙂 17:02:51
LisaAGoldstein Great seeing so many faces here from #LSCon.  Hope to see many of you at the next conference! #chat2lrn 17:02:55
FionaQuigs Thanks for the chat everyone. Lots of different perspectives to reflect on. I might even Blog! #chat2lrn 17:03:47
WendyTagg RT @andrewjacobsld: Qwrap) Well, it has to be a blog piece doesn’t it! #chat2lrn <Well said! Will storify first though 17:03:58
megbertapelle RT @tomspiglanin: Thanks @LnDDave for hosting chat today &sharing in the blog. And congratulations, Program Director at the Guild! #chat2lrn 17:04:44
britz RT @AndrewJacobsLD: #chat2lrn @chat2lrn Don’t call them learners would be a start…/damn right 17:05:28
ExpertusONE Caught only end, but eager to reflect & APPLY wisdom from the stream! TY MT @AndreaMay1 Enjoyed today’s chat…much to reflect on #chat2lrn 17:05:35
charlesjennings #chat2lrn The art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has a good model with its excellent AAR questions. 17:05:43
WendyTagg @simonheath1 We say 3Rs for Reading, Writing and Arithmetic – but RAA is good! We are reflectors, hear us RAA! #chat2lrn 17:06:19
estevenow RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn The art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has a good model with its excellent AAR questions. 17:07:16
megbertapelle MT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has good model w/excellent AAR questions 17:07:47
SimonHeath1 @WendyTagg Now that I like #chat2lrn 17:08:00
ExpertusONE Learners are people, too 🙂 RT @AndrewJacobsLD @FionaQuigs @chat2lrn #chat2lrn 17:08:15
tomspiglanin @britz @AndrewJacobsLD @chat2lrn At times, the learner label is appropriate – when it’s me saying that about myself. #chat2lrn 17:08:22
WendyTagg RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn The art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has a good model with its… 17:08:25
tomspiglanin @ExpertusONE @britz @AndrewJacobsLD From #LSCon @reubentozman “Calling someone a learner is like calling someone a human being” #chat2lrn 17:10:04
pattishank RT @megbertapelle: MT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has good model… 17:10:33
joningham RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn The art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has a good model with its excellent AAR questions. 17:10:47
AndrewJacobsLD @tomspiglanin @ExpertusONE @britz @reubentozman Looking forward to the next #chat2lrn…this one could be fun fellow learners. 8-D 17:11:15
JD_Dillon RT @LisaAGoldstein: Great seeing so many faces here from #LSCon.  Hope to see many of you at the next conference! #chat2lrn 17:13:07
JD_Dillon RT @chat2lrn: #chat2lrn is tackling the topic of What Learners Want in two weeks time. A blog or article to get the cogs moving coming soon… 17:13:24
David_Goddin Yup RT @SimonHeath1: @WendyTagg @britz @David_Goddin @charlesjennings could we make it the 3R’s? REPETITION REFLECTION RETENTION?? #chat2lrn 17:14:14
FionaQuigs RT @charlesjennings: #chat2lrn art of reflection has been lost by many knowledge orgs. The military has good model… 17:17:11
megbertapelle @Lilybiri @LisaAGoldstein Hi Lieve! 🙂 #chat2lrn is every 2 weeks, so next will be April 4, &back to normal times 16:00GMT/11:00EDT/08:00PDT 18:11:18

 

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