Finish line

I picked a picture of a marathoner, because even though it was several years since I ran my last marathon, I still identify myself as a long distance runner and I know that finish line. Over the years, we all reach finish lines of various kinds. We finish school, we finish three spoons of sugar … Continue reading “Finish line”


What’s cooking?

Topic 4 was tasty. It tickled my appetite and even though I never do the cooking at home, I will try out and explore new recipes in my teaching. Blended learning could mean several things, but it does not necessarily mean a mix of campus (in-person) tutorials and online activities. It could mean (as in … Continue reading “What’s cooking?”



Topic 3 became a real challenge for our group and what could have ended up as collaboration resulted in something vague. Even though no real collaborative learning took place, I started to think about group dynamics, how to improve teamwork, and tie groups together. Why do some groups work better together? Is it well-defined roles, … Continue reading “Togetherness”


The Open Road

Afoot and light-hearted I take to the open road,Healthy, free, the world before me,The long brown path before me leading wherever I choose. (from Song of the Open Road by Walt Whitman) In the last few weeks we have all explored openness and sharing, topic 2 on this course, and I have thought much about … Continue reading “The Open Road”


My reflection week

I have thought a lot about both working in a PBL-group and daring to work with new technical tools. This week I dared to try a new tool that I ALMOST managed to use, but unfortunately I did not quite succeed …