Lessons learnt… future practice

And just like that, the ONL202 course has come to an end. When I think back over the weeks of new topic introductions, recommended readings and PBL group discussions, a couple of reflections and observations come to mind. First, the range of emotions experienced from the start to the end of the course.  This began […]

Designing Online and Blended Learning: the story of a teacher

The phone call Beep-beep, beep-beep, beep-beep! – Hello, this is teacher XX speaking? – Hi there teacher, Corona here. I just want to let you know that from now on, you need to teach everything online. Just make sure you include all students, provide social, cognitive, and teaching presence (or learner-learner, learner-content, and learner-teacher interactions),Fortsätt läsa “Designing Online and Blended Learning: the story of a teacher”

Design for Online & Blended Learning

The article Designing a Community of Inquiry in Online Courses (Fiock, H (2020) The International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning, 21(1), 135-153) has been instructive to me. Terminology wise, as set out in the article, “social presence is a theory that explains the ability of people to present themselves as ‘real people’ […]

Design for online and blended learning – Evolution of the “Teachilitator”

The online revolution in higher education has started decades ago and is by no means something new. But it has experienced a tremendous boost caused by the massive restrictions that we went through in 2020. Countless courses taught in physical classrooms in the past were migrated to the virtual space. The fact that teaching takesContinue reading “Design for online and blended learning – Evolution of the “Teachilitator””