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Informal assessment of 2016 MTBoS mentoring program

Xavier Bordoy

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"blog" "MTBoS" "MTBoS Mentoring Program 2015" "iniciatives"
Abstract

An informal assessment of my participation in the 2016 MTBoS mentoring program

I completed the assignments of MTBoS mentoring program (aka 2016 blogging initiative).

I think it deserves an informal assessment, at least. After the MTBoS blogging initiative I got:

  • An habit to blog weekly. This have allowed me to ponder what I have done in my classes. So I’m more aware now what are my better and good points.
  • Discovering new ways of doing things. Following the comments from each posts of this initiative (Explore the MTBoS 2016a, 2016b, 2016c, 2016d), I discovered new people and how they did things differently.
  • I have received feed-back (more than I thought). My mentor, Stephen Cavadino (@srcav), commented some of my posts and spread them through twitter. And the most awesome is that I received blog comments from people I’ve never been contacted with. I received 4 comments.

Update: I decided to create a certificate which accredites that I post 4 of 4 posts (as I can prove):

MTBoS Mentoring Program ‘Certificate’

The logo is made using GIMP from logo of 2016 blogging initiative + Pixabay logo of certificate.

References

Explore the MTBoS. 2016a. “Week 1 of the 2016 Blogging Initiative!” 2016. https://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/2016/01/10/week-1-of-the-2016-blogging-initiative/.

———. 2016b. “Week 2 of the 2016 Blogging Initiative!” 2016. https://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/2016/01/17/week-2-of-the-2016-blogging-initative/.

———. 2016c. “Week 3 of the 2016 Blogging Initiative!” 2016. https://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/2016/01/24/week-3-of-the-2016-blogging-initiative/.

———. 2016d. “Week 4 of the 2016 Blogging Initiative!” 2016. https://exploremtbos.wordpress.com/2016/01/31/week-4-of-the-2016-blogging-initiative/.