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When I registered for the course Open Networked Learning, I did it on a whim. I knew that I wanted to develop my pedagogical skills in de...
I teach and electromagnetic theory course during the fall every year. The course is best described as “intermediate” and is compulsory for my department’s masters degree program. The class consists of applications of mathematics to specific problems in electrical engineering.  The best teaching of this subject I have experienced is where an engaging personality writesContinue reading "Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning"
Some reflection for topic 3. I find all three suggestions interesting and relevant to my own experience so I will respond to all three: An occasion when real collaborative learning took place, that moved your own thinking forward One occasion that really struck me happened during my postdoc in the context of a research manuscript.Continue reading "Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning"
 Our last session was to summarize what we have learned. I think the most important aspect I take with me from this experience is that online learning works well...and it can be fun fun and as engaging as on-site learning. In the beginning I was m...
The fourth topic concerned on how to design a blended learning program.Blended learning is defined as the blend of two “face-to-face” and “online” learning modes or as described in [1], it is defined as “the organic integration of thoughtfully selected and complementary face-to-face and online approaches”. We discussed three models, namely the five-stage model[2] ,Continue reading "Topic 4:Design for Online and Blended Learning"
The start of the ONL202 journey was daunting – a byzantine website with loads of material to scroll through, cryptic course description, out-of-the-box course obligatories and a very long to-do list at work to be ticked off during the autumn term. I was terrified about how to manage… but I did! I found the courseFortsätt läsa "ONL 202 – reflection"
Our group discussions were about how to share an online course, how to create open material, what the obstacles were and most importantly what the benefits were. To me, openness has two perspectives. The first perspective is from the point of view of academics who will share their materials (they share their knowledge) and theContinue reading "Topic2: Openness of Education"
I was among the lucky ones who had a few months to prepare before starting to teach online. My first thought was how to simply transform online what I was doing in the class with a minimum effort. Even this was not easy. I started searching online for case-studies of courses with similar features as […]
I was among the lucky ones who had a few months to prepare before starting to teach online. My first thought was how to simply transform online what I was doing in the class with a minimum effort. Even this was not easy. I started searching online for case-studies of courses with similar features as […]