top of page

Contributions to My Learning Community

I would score myself between 85-89 out of 100 for my contributions to my learning community.

Justification of Score


Key Contributions:


  1. I contributed to and helped build my core collaboration group.

    1. I collaborated using GroupMe and Zoom to provide input directly.

    2. I sent the original cohort email and other emails on behalf of our cohort to Dr. H.

  2. I provided peer feedback to my PLC members.

  3. I revised all assignments and reflected on revisions to this contribution to the learning activity. Using Zoom allowed me to respond immediately.

  4. I completed all course readings, videos, and supporting resources. I enjoyed reading Mindset, Influencer, and Linchpin. I am currently reading the Innovators Dilemma by Clayton Christensen.

  5. I met the various course activity deadlines indicated in the calendar. I submitted the final assignments on time.


Supporting Contributions


  1. I took leadership responsibility in my PLC and the course.

  2. I participated in all activities.

  3. I provided active contributions in the various course forums.

    1. I posted in a timely fashion so others can respond to your posting.

    2. My postings did not always reflect breadth and depth of thinking with research to support your thinking and are cited using APA.

    3. I made additional postings that did not require research but were instead to contribute to the learning.

I am grateful to my Professional Learning Cohort (PLC). The members are diverse and bring unique and fresh ideas to the table. They are not afraid to speak their minds and open to receiving feedforward advice. They are also compassionate enough to provide support. My PLC members are Colby Clifford, Maggie Franck, Ennis Johnson, Jr., and Jane Nguyen. We collaborate almost daily using either GroupMe, Zoom, cell phones, and Facebook Messenger.  


  • GroupMe is the messenger service we choose to use to provide close collaboration and contact. With one of our members located in Dubai, this service was beneficial.


  • We used Zoom to share our site and receive comments and allowed us to make immediate changes.


  • To speak directly with members to get clarity, for members state-side, we used cell phones. We used Facebook Messenger for Ennis.


We all took on leadership responsibilities and roles at various times. Please refer to the pictures below for GroupMe posts.

bottom of page