On this page you will find all reflections from participants who connected their individual reflection space.

Hi world! During the sessions, devoted to Topic 3, we have been discussing fostering collaborative learning among students. As a result of our fruitful discussions, a lot of fascinating aspects, relating to this topic, were revealed. At the end of Topic 3 I began to puzzle myself over a question “What are the key ingredients […]
Topic 4 Reflection Let’s delve into why using AI-generated content to compile content for online or blended learning courses might not be the most suitable approach in course design. Some points to ponder. 1. Lack of Contextual Understanding While AI models can generate text, they often lack a deep understanding of context, nuance, and the […]
  Looking back on the past three months, I realize this course wasn’t just about learning new things; it was a journey that encouraged my love for learning and working with others. One of the biggest things I’ll take away from this course is the power of teamwork. Sharing ideas with the members of my […]
In today’s society, our basic physiological and safety needs, as per Maslow’s hierarchy, are mostly satisfied. Consequently, it is challenging to argue that we are making decisions to attain a task or goal to fulfill our low-level needs. Instead, we seek to satisfy higher needs such as  (see, e.g., Uses and Gratification Theory ): Cognitive […]
I confess that this was the most difficult topic for me and that is the reason I’ve been postponing this reflection. I really don’t know what to write. I think I’m still reflecting on it, without arriving at any conclusion… We (PBL group) choose to try out ChatGPT to help us with something related to […]
Taking part in ONL 241 was quite a ride! Topic 1 was the most impactful for me. It was like discovering a whole new world. Even using several digital tools, I was unaware of how I used them. It was just a natural thing of life. However, I learned a lot of new tools and […]
I applied for a job recently, and it got me thinking about one of my shortcomings when interviewing with people who don’t know me already. I’m a great synthesizer – I can hear and process many pieces of information, and quickly articulate big-picture meaning in a way that many people have noticed and appreciated asContinue reading "Sticky notes & Open tabs"
In our PBL05 group ‘Take V’, we really played with the AI and came up with our slogan for the presentation ‘HI, carefully choose your ‘AI’. We all had a different specific goal we wanted to achieve by experimenting with ChatGPT, summarized benefits and drawbacks and also put together some remedies for specific issues one […]
Let’s address the first question: What are the most important things I’ve learned through ONL and why? Collaboration is King (or Queen!): Turns out, learning isn’t just about going solo. Sharing ideas and working with others has been a game-changer. It’s like adding superpowers to my knowledge! The Power of “Open”: Who knew open networked […]
Rochelle and Tesley define collaborative learning as a “coordinated and synchronous activity that results from a continuous attempt to construct and maintain a shared conception of a problem.” This succinctly summarizes “two or more people’s attempts to learn something together.” Although these definitions are not conflicting, they shed light on different aspects of collaborative learning. […]