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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?”

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Togetherness

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”

Some Pros and Cons of Online Classes Vs Traditional Classes

A WHOLE NEW DIGITAL WORLD -TOPIC 1 DIGITAL LITERACY

Prior to Covid-19, who would have thought that there was a whole different world of teaching available in the technology space. Educators were set in their ways accustomed to face to face contact classes, being able to make eye contact with students, interpret body language and use simple practices without needing much from the student.Continue reading “A WHOLE NEW DIGITAL WORLD -TOPIC 1 DIGITAL LITERACY”

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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”

Getting started

Hi, fellow learners, this is my first attempt at creating a wordpress blog, so bear with me; I have to admit that it was a challenging task. My evaporated skills in InDesign might have been helpful today, but instead I finally capitulated, lowered my ambitions of something aesthetically brilliant, and took in a couple of … Continue reading “Getting started”