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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.
After a few months journey, the “Open Networked Learning” course has come to an end. It has been a really nice experience, which has enriched me with new knowledge from…

When it comes to learning creating effective online learning, learning by doing by doing still beats the books. Online tools can to some degree make up for interaction and pedagogical techniques

To assess myself as a facilitator of online learning, I used the Online Facilitation Checklist (City University, 2016) to identify strengths and areas of development: Check that all resources, activities and links work and are accessible by students.This is certainly … Läs mer
Vaughan et al. (2013) positions the ideas of engagement and academic inquiry as central both for higher education and for learning communities, and use the Community of Inquiry (CoI) framework to discuss blended learning in higher education. Blended learning is … Läs mer
“designers and educators need to create places that are not only safe to learn, but also spark some emotional interest” (Fielding 2006) To me, the fourth topic of the course, with its focus on emotional presence (Cleveland-Innes, 2008), particularly emotional presence within the Community of Inquiry framework (Cleveland-Innes & Campbell 2012) turned out to be some of …

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#ONL201- Topic 5Joining ONL201 is one of the best decisions I have taken in the recent past. It is not often that such an opportunity comes along, and time could not have been more appropriate. I had a great learning time with my PBL group12. Regu...
#ONL201- Topic 4During COVID-19 outbreak  many of us turned to ‘emergency remote teaching and learning’. What would happen when we go back to campus in the next semester?  Going by the current situation, very likely, we will be converting our...