Assignment: Analyze Twitter Activity and Connection Instructions
In this activity, you will circle back with your Twitter activity and discuss political, legal, or ethical considerations as they specifically pertain to assessment and evaluation. By this time, you may have engaged in a fairly substantial conversation about outside influencers and their impact on your field.
If you were unable to make a connection via Twitter, no problem. An alternative would be to research a prominent blogger who may affect your particular situation or field. For example, a state agency may impact how you assess learning (in most fields).
Regardless of whether you made a connection via Twitter or not, you will make connections between readings in the course and activities in which you have participated. All of these activities will influence your writing for this week.
In your reflection, you will detail interactions that you had via Twitter (or the alternative listed above) and how those interactions relate to the future of your field.
Consider the following: What is the role that key influencers in politics, law and/or ethics play in the future of the field?
What is your vision of your future as an instructional designer?
Has that vision changed from Week 1 to Week 7? Did your chosen professional help you change that vision?
Length: 5-7 pages
References: Include a minimum of five credible resources
Your reflection should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect graduate-level writing and APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral University’s Academic Integrity Policy.
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