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Collaborative learning. I always like to start my articles with brief definitions of the main subject that will be dealt with, but in this post I must first say that so far this was the subject that definitely impacted me most, and possibly that will generate a great transformation in my relationship with education. Now,Continuar lendo "TOPIC 3 – Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning"
What have I learned? Certainly, a lot! Most importantly, I have improved my own digital literacy and my approach to collaborative work. For my digital literacy, it has helped to try different tools and get hands-on experience using them. To get an overview of the digital options is very beneficial for me to choose appropriateContinue reading "Lessons learned"
What are the most important things that you have learnt through your engagement in the ONL course? Why? Being a student on an online platform has its own challenges especially if the online studies is the only thing you have going on at the same time. One would need to commit to the online courseContinue reading "What I took from being apart of the ONL192 Community"
So based on our discussion we looked at the possibility of aiming our topic towards: – Understanding students learning styles in order to better prepare and encourage collaboration on a blended learning platform – What could go wrong when collaborating and how to deal with it. – How to determine the group dynamic and ensureContinue reading "Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning"
Why should we collaborate online? We looked that the Advantages of Online Collaboration which are listed below: Convenience in Organizing Meetings Easier Management of Projects Faster Completion of Projects Significant Cost Savings We also looked at the Disadvantages of Online Collaboration Lack of Face-To-Face Interaction Visit this website for more information : https://www.eztalks.com/video-conference/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-online-collaboration.html Our secondContinue reading "Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning"
We mentioned today, what does that mean and How does it relate to sharing? Open pedagogy happens on a continuum. We discussed the two poles of this continuum, e.g. old-school Face to Face lecture room pedagogy except blended learning as an example of “non-open” pedagogy. And Moocs or TV lectures (historical example possibly) as factorsContinue reading "Reflection – Topic 2 – Open Pedagogy"
My view on ONL192During the past twelve weeks, I have been taking an online course, ONL 192  “Online Networked Learning, a course, a community, an approach”. The reason for taking this course was to get a deeper understanding of online teaching and ...
The class was an interesting journey. I was very lucky to have a great group and amazing facilitators. We had meetings and interesting discussions, and I really liked how people were able to collaborate almost immediately. The FISh document helped a lot, and I think I will use this approach in some of my courses.Continue reading "Topic 5: Reflections"
In this topic we have been observing community of inquiry as the baseline principle towards design for online and blended learning. At the basis of the community of inquiry is the Venn diagram of Social, Cognitive, and Teaching Presence intersecting together in Educational Experience. Like many other models, in my opinion community of inquiry needs … Continue reading Blended Learning →
Where to start with this blog? It’s been quite a journey with my ONL group. The biggest take away is probably that students or participants shouldn’t be afraid to participate. It seems a little daunting in the beginning, being put into groups with people across the globe with different experiences, levels of education and notContinue reading "My ONL journey"
Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice It has been some intense weeks. It has been fun. It has sometimes been frustrating. But most of all it has been a good learning experience. Hearing some of the content has made me feel happy, as I have been presented to a lot of interesting, and important, … Continue reading End of course… →
Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning “In essence, inclusive and open pedagogies are rooted in empathy and require that we take a humanistic approach in creating learning experiences” Amanda McAndrew I have enjoyed this topic, as it talks about the importance of keeping in contact with your students, showing empathy. And I believe … Continue reading Scaffolding →
During the discussion about open learning within the PBL7 group we have come across a very interesting topic. Accessibility to open learning materials suitable for open courses may be somewhat limited due to a number of reason. Also, I would dare to claim that it is very unevenly distributed between different topics (OER Commons has … Continue reading Semi-Open Knowledge for Open Learning →
So, it is the 10th of December and it is time to wrap the ONL experience up. I will use the questions posed on our community page to try and sort my thoughts and feeling out, here we go. What are the most important things that you have learnt through your engagement in the ONL […]
Our Open Networked Learning (ONL) course has come to an end and it is time to summarize the journey. Now it feels like we just got started and found our way as a group how to operate on it and I got used to the rhythm of the course. Earlier I used to be quiteContinue reading "Leap of faith?"