The ONL experience has ended, and it was indeed quite sad to say goodbye to our group members. Even though we all came from very different backgrounds, somehow we managed to create a sense of belonging within the group. One group member commented that she almost felt more belonging to our group than to herContinue reading “See you online!”
My first impression about the concept of Open Education was that of bewilderment. In our webinars and PBL group discussion it felt like we were discussing well known, general principles of how the internet economy works – but we were pretending like we were discussing something more fancy. I then went on to read MartinContinue reading “Openness – or should we just call it the internet economy “
Discussing the relationship between pedagogy and digital tools has always been a bit frustrating for me at work. The conclusion the pedagogical staff always seem to arrive to, is that digital tools do not change the underlying pedagogy, so therefore we need to always think “Pedagogy first” before we start thinking about what tools toContinue reading “Learning Design – yes please”
Got your attention, did I? 😈 Well, I do like “learning in networks”, but I do dislike the theory of Personal Learning Networks. Reading about PLN in year 2021 seems like a theorization of something that is understood naturally by digital residents. One wonders who benefits of this theorization? Is the theory perhaps useful for the digital visitor ifContinue reading “I Don’t Like PLNs! “
This week, together with Anna I was the host for the team project. Anna led the team into the “investigation part” while I led the team into creating a presentation. We first gathered pictures and text snippets into a Jamboard, but when I was about to download the pictures from Jamboard, I realized it wasContinue reading “Week 1 reflections”
My first blog post. Do you see me, dear World?