My ONL journey

Where to start with this blog? It’s been quite a journey with my ONL group. The biggest take away is probably that students or participants shouldn’t be afraid to participate. It seems a little daunting in the beginning, being put into groups with people across the globe with different experiences, levels of education and notContinue reading “My ONL journey”

Blended Learning

Let me start by saying that I’ve had no experience in a blended learning environment. Throughout my education, I’ve always had traditional education in a lecture hall style setup. The contact time would be in the physical classroom and face to face interactions with the lecturer either before, during and/or after a lecture has takenContinue reading “Blended Learning”

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reflections on the ONL course and the use of time as a scarce resource….

I’m finally done with the ONL course! It was surely a rewarding and learning experience, though interestingly, all of us participants in my PBL group reported that the main challenge with the course was lack of time. This is why I write ”finally”, though I did enjoy the course – it did take time thatFortsätt läsa “reflections on the ONL course and the use of time as a scarce resource….”

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The end of the road…or just the beginning?

To me the most important part on the ONL course has been the process itself. I have been familiar with PBL on a theoretical level for a long time, but I haven’t really had any opportunities to engage in an actual PBL process myself before this course. The course was really time consuming and I […]

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Topic 5 Lessons learnt – ONL

This is the end of ONL, but really the beginning of a dawning learning network, with real colleagues from all over the world interested in discussing the field of ICT and online learning. I have high hopes, but also worries about managing to keep the l…

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Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning: working with resistance and queer failure.

The NMC 2019 Horizon Report states a need to ‘rethinking the practice of teaching’ in a soon to come future. Already in early 1980s the science fiction writer Arthur C. Clarke said “Any teacher who can be replaced by a machine should be”, this much-repeated statement is often used to stress the need for technological … Continue reading Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning: working with resistance and queer failure.