- On how to deal with the overwhelming stream of info flowing through blogs, Twitter, etc. This really is both an attitude and a skill. And it's critical for MOOCs.
- Two very inspirational videos were referenced. The ski jump video was used by Alec Couros to end the session - a great analogy for moving off the top of the hill. Plus - the kid is awesome.
Alison's referenced video ("Obvious to you, amazing to others") also strikes a chord with me. It's another mindset that needs reinforcing. Share because others may find what you share amazing. And it's true.
- One of the measures of success, I think, of a network that has embraced learning. It's tough to get over the original blog-posting fear. Another thing to also comment on others' ideas. But it really does force you to reflect more deeply on your own thinking, in different ways.
- Another great image - network sherpas.
- I just like the idea of putting together a vision of an inspirational pedagogy with the idea that LMS's kinda suck. And I can say that because I built a consulting career around LMS's. :-)
- The digital citizenship discussion drew a lot of commentary. But I think the bit that struck me was Alec's very aspirational goal: At the end of this MOOC, using what we've learned to actually DO something as a connected network. That's a game changer.
- Storytelling. Great quote.
- Some of the session's artwork. More amazing was watching it come together.