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In this blog series a chronicle the insights from Open Network Learning course by fusing insights with elements from pop culture. Last week of the course. Teaching will never be the same. Some events, when you look back, had such a profound impact on your teaching that it shattered the very foundations to an extentContinue reading "A Week of Profound Insights"
'Affect' in and of teaching is positioned as how to make sense of face-to-face teaching and particularly what we as teachers frame as learning communities. Clearly, no learning encounter can be devoid of affect – but what 'affect' means for teachers and students is different, and the question why it is positioned as central to learning remains if not shrouded in mystery, then at least a bit unexplored scientifically.
I think that the ONL course has left me with more questions than answers, but it definitely has provided much food for thought. For one thing, it has raised in my mind the need to think very consciously and critically about how to create a learning com...
There were two questions we asked in our PBL group as we discussed the topic of blended learning. The first was how we could design face-to-face and online activities in a blended learning environment so that they are congruent. The second was about th...
The question of what it means to form a community is one that is sometimes taken for granted when it comes to learning spaces and experiences, but in a public speaking course that I teach, it has been a central question. In this post, I talk about how ...
These are my reflections on ONL201 course. In a period of 2.5 months this experience has been like a roller coaster experience. At the same time than I did the ONL course the pandemic disruption transformed the society and there has been a sudden explosive growth of the use of digital tools. At the beginning […]
According to plan I should have been in Maputo now, busy lecturing and interacting with a group of students taking a course in Resource Assessment as part of a MSc programme in Environmental Engineering at Eduardo Mondlane University in Maputo, Mozambique. The current situation with both UEM and my home university Malardalen University in Sweden …

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I will share my experience in blended learning in a course I am involved in at the University of Linköping. I have been teacher since 2017 and course coordinator since 2018 in the course of Social Epidemiology in the Master Program in Medical Sciences. To teach to students the relevance of social determinants of health […]
I have learnt to appreciate the approach and philosophy found in problem-based learning (PBL) as a facilitator in face-to-face problem-based learning group at the Medical School of Linköping University. The PBL philosophy is inspired by Socrate’s “maïeutic” (from the Ancient Greek μαιευτικός (maieutikós) where the purpose was that the knowledge that emerges in the exchange […]
This semester has been something of a trainwreck. The pandemic has slammed into us and knocked us sideways. As bad as I think things have been for me, I am aware that for many it has been far, far worse. But this post is not about the virus per se. Nor...