Bummer

Well, I am frustrated (again) with my WGU course. This new class, TAT2: Technology Production is super aggravating. Apparently the course is being “updated”, and it’s well, garbage. Here are some examples: Course materials state that students will evaluate 8 technology items. Nope. It’s 5, from which you select 3. The idea behind the course is that you take a…

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Master’s update

When I last posted I was waiting for results for JOT2Task 2 (Planning of Instruction) — passed on the first try! Hooray! I hit my first snag with JPT2 (Instructional Design Production). This was really difficult content for me. I have long known I am not a good beginner teacher of pretty much anything, and now I know the reasons…

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Excellently Detailed

Well, my first class ended up pretty good. Second class (JNT2): not so much. It was full of quizzes that didn’t relate to the readings, repeats from the previous course, nonsense organization…. I wasn’t happy. The paper I wrote was freaking amazing however. I ended up making a survey about teacher training in the church. It was not a great…

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WGU – Better Than Expected

I am relieved. My WGU MEdLT experience is going pretty well. As I expressed earlier, I’ve been a little bit apprehensive about the program. I was very anxious to get started, and I expected to have lots of time while sitting at the hospital with a relative who was having a planned surgery on Oct 30 and 31. As it…

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Starting WGU MEdLT

Well, it has taken some pondering, but I finally decided to go ahead and register for WGU’s Masters of Education in Learning and Technology program. My situation is a little different than the average person who signs up for this program as I am not an active teacher or corporate trainer. I’m a founder of and remain involved with the…

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