Finding Doing and Submitting Your Discussion Posts Reflective Journals

Finding Doing and Submitting Your Discussion Posts Reflective Journals


Hello students. So in this video tutorial I’m going to help
you in finding doing and submitting your discussion post reflective journals. Now it’s very similar to finding doing and
submitting your activities in general, but there’s just a little slight deviation. So when you’re ready to do your work, as you
know, you always go to the course content folder, I’m sorry, the course content link
over on the left hand side in the menu. And once you go into that course content link,
you’ll be greeted by our mouse with the parachute. And you’ll see the modules by week folder,
go ahead into that. And of course, you will be greeted with the
tree of knowledge and then our tutorial videos. And then you’ll see whatever week it is that
we’re on, and probably the service learning project folder as well. So let’s just randomly because you’re only
going to see one particular week at a time, let’s go ahead and go into week four. And pretty much most weeks you have a discussion
posts there a couple weeks you don’t. And when you do, you can see it at a glance. And this one, for example, you have a discussion
post reflective journal called the bridge. So when you scroll down, and always your assignments
are towards the bottom of this section, you can see right here, we’re going to have a
discussion posts, you have your activities, and then you have your pad lit. And then at the very end of the section, of
course, there’s a quote about the topic that we covered that week. So right now, we’re only focusing on the discussion
post. And when you click on this, it’s actually
going to take you if you go back to the menu, we have this discussions, link, right, it’s
actually going to take you there to the only discussion that’s posted for that week. So I’m going to click on it this week is called
the bridge, you go in and you’ll see the question again, you merely click on it, and then the
question will come up. So part one and part two explains what you
have to do in the original post and what you have to do in the reply to a classmate post. The original post is 10 sentences substantive. The reply to classmate is five substantive
sentences, then you will see the story. You’ll have access to the video, for example,
the mp4, right, it might tell you about some details, it might actually be the video, sometimes
I give you a URL, I oftentimes attach the YouTube video or the mp4 file. And then there’s a guiding question. When you are ready. There are a couple ways to do this. But the best way, in terms of your classmates
being to easily able to open your file and read it quickly is merely to hit reply the
blue button reply. And when you do I recommend that you change
the name to your name. So let’s say you’re Catalina Rodriguez, okay,
I recommend you change the name to your name. And then when you’re ready, you’re going to
type your reply. So I’m a fast thinker. I’m a fast rider. So I already wrote mine. I copied and pasted it in here. And when you’re ready, of course, you can
hit submit and it will go in. Now if you want to, you can have already typed
up your reply in like a Word document. And you could go to browse my country pewter. And so all my replies, I also have already
typed up and there’s my reply, the bridge being reply, and I could open it, and it could
attach the file and I could hit submit. Now both are doable. But I have to tell you guys, I think it’s
better for your classmates to easily read your post, to do just the copy, just to type
it in here directly to type it in this section. When you attach it, it’s kind of a little
bit of a problem for classmates, because when they find your reply, then they have to go
open up the document and wait for it to download. It’s not nearly as user friendly. So I highly highly, highly recommend that
you actually type it right here. That said later on in the course you’re going
to be doing an E portfolio. And when you do the portfolio, you are actually
going to need all of your discussion posts replies the answers you’re going to need them
to to post in your portfolio. So I actually recommend that the question
and the answer that after you’re done and before you submit, you go ahead and you copy
the question and you paste it into Word and you open the your reply and you paste it into
Word. And then you save it on your desktop just
so later you have this accessible. I hope that makes sense. If you have any questions, let me know

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