This is my last reflection on the course. Time went by so fast and it is somehow sad that the course will finish now, not seeing the group members again. But let´s start to answer the questions. • What are the most important things you have learned through your engagement in the ONL course? Why? […]
Topic 3: Reflection on Collaboration
Collaboration seems to be easy, but is it really easy to achieve? As Tuckman (1956) mentions there is a group finding process which always takes place. In the forming phase team members have many insecurities, in the following storming phase they try to define their territory, it is a more conflicting time, rules have to […]
Reflection 4: Our MOOC activity
For the fourth topic we decided to take an example of the real world, a MOOC. It sounded really good and it is quit an interesting topic. As well we can support a colleague. So let´s start with our consulting team. It seems to be very easy to create a MOOC. But as you look […]
Reflection Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness
It is still an open question how digital learning is going on to develop “after” the pandemic. I asked a colleague who attended a very interesting conference and she told me the trend was that on universities you will have more blended-learning, in adult education digital learning is still strongly ongoing but in school it […]
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