A lifelong learning journey will be filled with ups and downs, just like a roller coaster. Enjoy the ride!
Great to meet the facilitators, participants and especially members of PBL Group 7 on Zoom (Anna from Finland, Florentina from Switzerland, Thomas & Meilin from Sweden, Melissa from South Africa. Melinna was not able to attend today). Facilitator Gregor tried to coordinate 2 common times for group meetings but it was quite challenging. Due to […]
Hosted by Alan Soong and met SG fellow participants on Zoom. It felt like taking a ride on Thunder Mountain :-). I had no doubt that it would be an exhilarating experience but the initial part would be a steep climb for me. Alan spoke about the use of collaborative tools like Miro, Padlets, etc. […]
PBL can motivate learners to gain a deeper understanding of concepts, link prior knowledge so as to make reasoned decisions and defend them.
It’s fun at the LTLO forums but seeing & interacting with my instructors / course mates, in real time was a different level of enjoyment.
PBL – some videos briefly describing PBL, they were useful so i posted links to them here.
– Problem-Based Learning – an overview (4,54 min)
– Contextual Learning (3,11 min)
– Constructive Learning (3,29 min)
– Collaborative Learning (3,18…
I have tried some of the suggested tools. Screen -o- matic was useful, especially for video editing. Prezi looks interesting as well. I started using Padlet to try to create a open networked learning space for residents sitting for their anaesthesia professional exams. The link to the Padlet can be found here. I have tried […]
Hi, this is my reflection space for the ONL222 course. I am looking forward to learning new things and meeting new people. This is my second online course this year. I like the interactive nature of this course. I feel like I am part of a group, close to other members and the facillitators. I […]
How do people learn these days? How do we know if learning has occurred and that the learning approach / materials has been effective?
Blogging. The act of reflecting, synthesizing my thoughts, putting it down and sharing in the public domain has been scary yet enjoyable.
The Guide contains theories/principles supporting BL, strategies for successful BL deployment, how to design/develop & evaluate BL courses.
How do we strategize incorporating elements of active learning into our online/f2f lessons so that it becomes a catalyst for deep learning?