Over the past few months I have been involved in learning online for two courses, one course was for IB educators to facilitate online workshops (I passed!), and the other I have been doing since February is COETAIL - or the Certificate of Educational Technology and Information Literacy. I have almost finished course 4 and have one more module to complete before I finish. Both of these courses were demanding of my time and thinking, hence things have been a little quieter on this blog over the past few months.
Through COETAIL I have had to examine visual literacy, flipping classrooms, problem based learning, digital literacy and citizenship and have had to consider models for digital technology integration. The blog I have had to record my thinking and research is called Wagging my Coetail.
One of the assignments I chose to complete for the visual literacy unit (module 3) was a CV formatted in the style of an infographic. There are a number of examples of these lurking about, here is one on Tumblr and Keri-Lee Beasley keeps an updated board on Pinterest. It was an interesting exercise to create a CV like this, and, once I had finished and handed it in, I already wanted to change it a bit to make my work experience and education smaller and place more emphasis my current skill set. I created it using Pages.
What do you think - is the education world ready for such a one page CV in such a format??