Modes of learning and accessibility #ONL212 Topic 5

Learning about Elmore’s four modes of learning in Levälahti (2021) and Meilleur (2020), I get a feeling that one of these modes is considered dated and unfunctional. The top left quadrant (hierarchical/individual) is described as a ”competitive system” and the readers are supposed to analyze where we are and where we want to go (inFortsätt läsa “Modes of learning and accessibility #ONL212 Topic 5”

Personal Learning Networks and quality in learning #ONL212 Topic 3

As the topic of collaborative learning is central to my own profession, the reading for this topic sparked many thoughts, and trying to focus on just one aspect was a bit tricky. Below are some scattered thoughts on the topic. In Oddone’s video (2019) one description of PLN is that it, for that person, worksFortsätt läsa “Personal Learning Networks and quality in learning #ONL212 Topic 3”

Openness in education – possibility or peril? #ONL212 Topic 2

For me, personally, the idea of openness in education has been natural for a long time. Over twenty years ago I started teaching, and the ideas and material that older, more experienced and skilled, teachers shared with me set an example for how things could be done in the classroom, and it was extremely valuableFortsätt läsa “Openness in education – possibility or peril? #ONL212 Topic 2”

Visitor or resident? Native or immigrant? #ONL212 Topic 1

When it comes to labeling our digital competence, White and Le Cornu (2011) propose an alternative to Prensky’s opposition between Digital Natives and Digital Immigrants with their labels Visitor and Resident, which is more of a continuum, as opposed to Prensky’s dichotomy. Even after White and Le Cornu (2011) state that Prensky’s opposition has beenFortsätt läsa “Visitor or resident? Native or immigrant? #ONL212 Topic 1”