Last week I wrote a reflective blog post about starting out on the CMALT journey, What do you do?, and was delighted to get lots of really helpful practical input from the ALT community on twitter. I’ve captured the advice and discussions in a Storify here Starting CMALT – Advice from the community so I can look back on them and in case they’re of use to others. Here’s some of the highlights.
Matt Cornock had useful advice on completing Section 3 if you’re not in a teaching role.
— Matt Cornock (@mattcornock) April 19, 2017
Phil Barker kicked off an interesting discussion about how long it takes to complete a portfolio.
— Phil Barker (@philbarker) April 21, 2017
— Maren Deepwell (@MarenDeepwell) April 21, 2017
Working together with a colleague seems to be a good way to make progress
— Sheila MacNeill (@sheilmcn) April 21, 2017
Kate Mitchell was particularly interested in the tensions of our role:
— Kate Mitchell (@katevideo) April 19, 2017
While Martin Hawksey may have blow my cover 😉
— Martin Hawksey (@mhawksey) April 21, 2017