Final reflection

In my final reflection blogpost, I want to share my thoughts on a popular institution-wide initiative – the adoption of blended learning, which has gained momentum due to the need for continued teaching & learning during this Pandemic. Most faculty members would agree that blended learning is an effective approach to learning that combines the […]

ONL PBL Gp 6 Topic 2 & 3

I have the privilege of learning with a diverse group of colleagues with a wealth of knowledge and skills in TEL. My Group 6 teammates taught me lots of things, some of which were applied in my own lessons with teaching assistants. I found the conversations we had every week and the online resources that […]

PBL Gp 6 Topic 1 post

These are belated blogposts. I guess, it’s better late than never. One good thing perhaps is that I have the chance to apply some of the ideas taught and discussed in our ONL group sessions and to reflect a bit more on these experiences. Online participation and digital literacies have become hot topics when the […]

Topic 4: Assessing with ABC

To grasp online teaching, I have always taken a detour through what I already know, that is, physical teaching (and sometimes flipped classroom). This has unfortunately made online teaching a substitute or replacement rather than a form of teaching in …

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#ONL212 Open Learning – Sharing and Openness

In the week of 18 to 31 October, we discuss the sharing and openness in open learning for the ONL 212. We started with the definition of the openness. There may be several definitions in the existing publication. It included ““It also draws upon open technologies that facilitate collaborative, flexible learning and the open sharing […]

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Structuring our open field

Ubuntu (pronounced [ùɓúntʼù] is a Nguni Bantu term meaning “humanity”. It is sometimes translated as “I am because we are” (also “I am because you are”), or “humanity towards others” (in Zulu, umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_philosophy A new field has emerged from the field of education. For practical purpose, we can call it the ‘open’Continue reading “Structuring our open field”

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#ONL212 Digital Literacies

I am glad to participate in the second course of Open Networked Learning (https://www.opennetworkedlearning.se/onl212-course-overview/ ) in 2021 (#ONL212). The community includes all the participants from all over the world. I have chances to discuss with colleagues and friends from Sweden, Ukraine, Finland, Germany, Switzerland, South Africa, etc. We apply the FISH (i.e., Focus, Investigate, SHare) […]

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