On this page you will find all blog posts from participants who connected their blog.
Are you still using a classic written examination at the end of the course?I held a presentation in June at the LTU pedagogic conference about why I avoid doing exams at the end of the course and presents some ideas on how you can create examinations t...
Meal experience as invitation
We are approaching the end of this course, and to summon it up, I intend to go through my blog posts as well as having a look at my fellow students in the PBL11. Firstly, I wrote a blogpost called “Online skills in the making”, wherein I outlined some of the newly acquainted tools andContinue reading "Topic 5: Lessons learnt and future practice."
This was the scenario: “ A year ago we were forced to work online with the implementation of emergency remote teaching and learning because of the Covid-19 pandemic. It seems that in many instances we may still be approaching our teaching practice in the same way without using any of the existing theoretical models forContinue reading "Topic 4: Pondering upon “Design for online and blended learning”"
Our Open Networked Learning Course came to an end. Twelve months of getting to know one another and working together have gone by so...
Many teachers experienced huge distress when they were suddenly forced to move to emergency online teaching in 2020 at the onset of the...
(June 13, a very late blogger catching up finally!) Now this was a greatly inspiring topic, not the least as I had the opportunity to collaborate with Nadia Caldes in the PBL group – acting as “leads” for this particular topic during the run of two weeks. As a lead we were to design bothContinue reading "Topic 3: Learning about “Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”"
ONL211 course finished almost a month ago, and it is time to reflect what I have learned and how has ONL211 changed my thoughts of online learning and teaching. I have to say that it is really difficult to write a clear and cohesive text about all the things I have learned about online learning and teaching in past three months. I will pick a few ideas thatContinue reading "What did I learn?"
The learning experience I had from the course, and how it could help shape my future practice is elaborated below. I took the lead in discussions for Topic 1: Digital literacy. I believe it had some impact on the group, and I would like to believe that my initiative, along with my partner in crimeContinue reading "Topic 5 : Lessons Learnt – Future Practice"
Blended learning is a topic being hotly discussed right now, with the Singapore government firmly committed to it. The COVID situation we are in right now has more or less mandated it. Personally, I have done some form of blended learning and use of various IT tools and resources to enable learning outside and beyondContinue reading "Topic 4 : Blended Learning"
Connectivism (Siemens, 2004), and other theories underpin learning in the digital age. It emphasizes that learning occurs through connections between people, and the newer digital technologies have opened up avenues for people to enhance learning. The webinar by Kay Oddone was mainly focused on Personal Learning Networks (PLNs). Perhaps the ONL itself is an exampleContinue reading "Topic 3 : Learning in Communities"
Topic 2 deepened my knowledge and thought process in being ‘open’. The webinar by Maha Bali was very engaging and enriching. Some of the information that she shared, such as those related to social justice, as well as regional variations of open content (such as Wikipedia having different quality and even information in different languagesContinue reading "Topic 2 : Openness"
It was in Topic 1 that I delved deep into the topic of digital literacy. The webinar by David White introduced the concept of digital residents vs visitors, which is a refinement of Prensky’s digital natives vs immigrants paradigm. As someone who likes to believe most things are a shade of gray, I certainly likedContinue reading "Topic 1 : Digital Literacy"