The ONL course represents, in my opinion, the remarkable effort to adapt teaching and learning to technology. Once acknowledged that technology impacts our daily way of living, working, and communicating, this course provides a wide range of topics (too wide, I would say, to be grasped by teachers not in pedagogy) to reflect on the […]


A beginning not an end …

The journey throughout this course has been utterly stimulating. The course facilitated a quantum leap in my knowledge. When thinking about individual moments, I cannot see any peculiarities. However, when I consider the whole picture with all the moments combined, I find it so inspirational and extremely valuable for teachers. It is like a puzzle; […]


Reflections about topic 5

Hello to all! The aim of this blog is to reflect about my overall ONL course experience. During this short ONL trip, I learned a lot of things. But the first thing that comes to my mind is that I learned to be more open: More open to share my expertise online (via blogs), more […]

Reflections about blended learning

Hello to all, topic 4 is about the design for online and blended learning. Blended learning is an education model in which students learn via online media/tools as well as traditional tools.There is a difference between blended and hybrid learning, since in hybrid learning, the online learners and the in-person learners are/can be different, while […]

What have I learned about Open Networked Learning?

During this course, I learned from my fellow students so much about open networked learning, blended learning and how to use digital tools in an effective way. As a teacher and researcher, tackling the challenges posed to software engineering and computer science requires the combination of both the traditional roles of researcher and teacher. And […]

Reflections about collaborative learning

Topic 3 is about learning in communities and learning in collaborative learning. Most of the time, when we ask students to do a collaborative work, they end up by sharing the work into sub-tasks and then they do these sub-tasks individually. Collaborative learning is much more than that. In our PBL group, we focused our […]