You’ve reached the final week of 23 Things Kansas — can you believe it? I know that all the mentors can’t!
For this week, you will have the opportunity to do several things, all of which are completely optional. For more information on what happens next, including program deadlines to be eligible for continuing ed & the prizes, please see this posting from last week.
On Wednesday, April 28, at 10am and Thursday, April 29, at 7pm, we will be hosting two wrap-up webinars. You are invited to participate in both sessions, but we know that many won’t be able to make either one. The webinars will be archived, and the links will be posted at a later date. Please see this page for more information about where to go to participate in the webinars, as well as troubleshooting tips.
During the webinars, you will have the opportunity to share the top “Thing” you learned during 23 Things Kansas, as well as the most surprising “Thing” you learned. The webinars will also be a time to celebrate with your fellow participants. Brenda Hough will facilitate the session, and Cindi Hickey and Heather Braum will be your hosts.
Final Blog Post
If you are interested, for your final blog posting as part of 23 Things Kansas, we’d like to encourage all participants to reflect on the “23 Things” you’ve learned during the program. If you can’t come up with 23 Things, that’s perfectly fine. As we all know, reflection of any kind is good for you to discover what you’ve learned, especially during a multi-week class. You are not required to write this posting, but if you do, it would be great if you posted a link to it in the comments section of this post so others could read it.
Nominate Your Favorite Work By a Participant
What was your favorite participant creation? An Animoto video, a wiki, an IM discussion, a video, a Tweet? Share a link to it or describe it in the comments section of this post.
What Would You Like to Happen Next?
We have some ideas about what we’d like to happen next, after 23 Things Kansas, but we’d also like to hear your thoughts. Please leave a comment with your ideas in the comments section of this post.