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With the current situation, I assume that everyone working at universities or institutions have been in an online teaching-learning environment. Have you met the difficulties in engaging the students at these online or blended learning conditions? Have you encountered situations that on ZOOM teaching, the only people turning the camera on are yourself and theContinue reading "4. Socializing during online learning with a great camera game"
Before the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, I registered the open networked learning (https://www.opennetworkedlearning.se/onl201-course-overview/) course on the open networked learning, which was almost completely a puzzle at the time, but actually turned out to be priceless at the end. Initially, what drew my attention was the program and the format of the course. It willContinue reading "First blog on open networked learning"
The ONL201 has come to an end after a 4 very interesting big thematic (topics) with lot of very interesting discussion in our PBL group and many interesting webinars. Overall, it was a very rewarding experience with a lot of new things to be learnt. Also, had the opportunity to be a member of anContinue reading "Topic 5: My journey in ONL201"
Twothousand and sixteen hours ago I started the ONL201-journey and here I am, richer with new ideas, many new questions and lots of interesting material to continue exploring!When the course started, I was put onboard PBL07-group with people I had neve...
Who am I in a digital age? First of all my problem was to know what digital literacies mean. I had no idea of the dimensions that could be taken in consideration, about the expectations one - as me - would be confronted with in her job. The dimens...
here I am again - looking forward to many meetings in the next three monthsWe invest quite much (around 10%) to get to know the course, the outline, structure, the working model and the people: at our university and than in my small group of eight or t...
Looking at this ONL experience, in particular the group activities, I agree with the results of the study conducted by Capdeferro and Romero [1] on how to avoid frustration in on-line learning environments that is equivalent on how to promote collaboration (since one of the main reasons of frustration is the lack of collaboration). IContinue reading "Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning"
The third topic of ONL is here with yet another interesting topic: Learning in communities and networked collaborative learning. With the best example of networked collaborative learning to be the ONL course itself! Collaborative learning is one of the educational approaches that involved teaching and learning in which the students/learners work in groups. Collaborative learningContinue reading "Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning"