“Endings are beginnings- if we allow them to be” Laura Day. This is the last post that I am going to write belonging to the ONL course. This week is the final week for the course and it is time to reflect upon what we have achieved during these months. Time flies. It seems thatContinue reading “Topic 5. End and beginning.”
“If you learn from defeat, you haven’t really lost” Zig Ziglar During the past blogs, I focused on explaining concepts that I learned during the duration of that topic. I tried to bring some answers and share what I thought were important concepts. However, today I bring something different. In this blog, I do notContinue reading “Topic 4. The process, is what really matters?”
“Unity is strength… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved.” Mattie J.T. Stepanek If you had asked me some weeks ago about collaborative learning, I would have said: “working together to accomplish something as a group”. That vague definition is not really wrong by itself, however, it is quite generic. Usually,Continue reading “Topic 3. From Collaboration to Cooperation and vice-versa.”
I had a teacher, who I considered a wise person with a great knowledge in his field of studies. I did my exam and it went great, during my exam I openly spoke with him about a project I were involved in at that time, which were somehow related to his subject and research topics.Continua a leggere “I want to be in the Openness team”
Feedbacks are useful to rethink activities and improve the effects of our actions. For an effective teaching-and-learning process, it is important that feedbacks that are given by students and teachers work in both directions. Dec 10, 2020 A teacher enters a classroom and sits at the chair in front of the blackboard. There are 5Continua a leggere “Why continuous feedback from students to teachers is a win-win”
Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom George Washington Carver The introduction of the Internet changed the world as we knew it. Today we can access any resource from any location. Education is not an exception. Some assert that online courses carry the potential to revolutionize the boundaries of modern learningContinue reading “Topic 2. Lights and Shadows of Open Education”
Openness in education Enjoying education without restriction, this is my understanding of what a open education is about. Wiley and Green, mentioned that there are three principal influence of openness on education: open educational resources, ope…
Professional Digital Identity Professional Digital Identity, what is it, why do we need it, and how can we create it and maintain it? These are the questions that I wish to explore in this short blog post. A Professi…
Digital Identity & Literacy – what it means to me Looking back, the birth of my digital identity must have been way back to two decades ago, when we bought our very first desktop computer(operating on Window 98) and created my first personal email too. Fast forward to 10 years later, work email was introducedContinue reading “Topic 1 : Online Participation and Digital Literacy”
I am made and remade continually. Different people draw different words from me. Virginia Woolf The information available about digital literacies and identities often is too theoretical. We can take as an example the work presented by Engeness et al.  where analyzes the teacher’s digital identity from a theoretical perspective. The digital identity isContinue reading “Topic 1. Towards a professional digital identity”
This is my first take at summarizing and organizing what I’ll take away from our PBL group work from Topic 1. This infographic was created using Canva.
This blog will record my journey doing ONL 211 and maybe a bit of content on my professional development. Enjoy your time here.