Dear fellow ONL222 participants, I was able to set up the reflection page, although I still struggle a bit to customise it more to my needs 🙂 I choose the wording “Evade Holzwege” which is based on an extended meaning of the German word “Holzweg”. Literally it means a wooden path or road and we […]
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The overall theme for the second topic of the course was openness in education, in all its manifestations. The scenario for this topic read as follows: “As the current pandemic situation evolves, a return to full in-person teaching and learning seems highly unlikely and the expansion of online education is likely to continue. How do […]
Insights: What are the most valuable insights that you take with you from this course?The ride: How did you find […]
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Scenario: “Two years ago, we were forced to work online with the implementation of emergency remote teaching and learning because […]
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I would never have started this blog if it would not be compulsory to the Open Network Learning (ONL) course. Especially writing an own…
Scenario: “So often when we ask students to collaborate, they see it as merely a way of distributing the workload, […]
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… and so we are at the end of the journey, or at least for the ONL experience. This post should be an opportunity to look back and reflect on what this course has provided to me in my career learning path. Therefore, let me try to summarize. First of all, this course was a […]
It was important for me in these last weeks to understand the differences between hybrid learning – where the in-person learners and the…
First of all, this is a very personal perspective and a particular experience. Second, I feel that this blog is somewhat the second part of my previous blog – BP3 -Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning. Third, let me give context to my post by starting from the course I have just completed teaching […]
Third topic of the training was focusing on the teachers’ well-being but also the well-being of the community. This is something I have learned: 1) It was very interesting was to stop and think about what are we talking about when we are talking about well-being. Who’s well-being are we talking about? Is there suchContinue reading “On a journey to the communal well-being – topic 3: Developing teachers’ well-being skills”