We are now a few weeks into the course and I can summarize my experience so far with one word: inspiring.- Meeting colleagues from various universities who share a common interest in learning more about ONL opens up for new perspectives on various issu…
to whom it it might concern – Welcome to claudia PBL07 ONL201 … that’s what I am getting to be – a member of a group of 10 people going through a learning journey.Me – one of all members of this online learning community ONL201 that just started. Thi…
I am attending a pedagogical course in Open and Network Learning. This will be interesting. This is the first post on my new blog. I’m just getting this new blog going, so stay tuned for more. Subscribe below to get notified when I post new updates.
Today we had an information meeting about the ONL201-course – it was nice meeting seven colleagues from Linnaeus University who, like me, will take this course.Looking forward to meeting my PBL-group and other participants in the course!
This is my final entry addressing the ONL course – it’s on topic 5 “lessons learned – future practices” This course was quite an experience! It kept me breathless throughout – from being overwhelmed in the beginning by being confronted with a completely new experience of course design and learning activities, to further taking part … Continue reading Future practices of teaching
This entry is part of the course ONL192 (topic 4 “Blended Learning / Design”) In which way can emotions facilitate students’ learning experience? How can they create more commitment in students and in which way do they help the course to be completed by a majority of participants rather than a few? This entry, as … Continue reading Teaching and Emotions
This entry is part of the course ONL192 (topic 3 Learning in Communities) Online teaching and learning can be a very distanced, detached experience – high drop out rates and incomplete assignments haunt the online learning environments in many conventional distance courses. Taking this course, the ONL 192, helped me to understand why this happens … Continue reading Learning through friendship
What are the most important things that you have learnt through your engagement in the ONL course? Why? Being a student on an online platform has its own challenges especially if the online studies is the only thing you have going on at the same time. One would need to commit to the online courseContinue reading “What I took from being apart of the ONL192 Community”
So based on our discussion we looked at the possibility of aiming our topic towards: – Understanding students learning styles in order to better prepare and encourage collaboration on a blended learning platform – What could go wrong when collaborating and how to deal with it. – How to determine the group dynamic and ensureContinue reading “Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning”
Why should we collaborate online? We looked that the Advantages of Online Collaboration which are listed below: Convenience in Organizing Meetings Easier Management of Projects Faster Completion of Projects Significant Cost Savings We also looked at the Disadvantages of Online Collaboration Lack of Face-To-Face Interaction Visit this website for more information : https://www.eztalks.com/video-conference/advantages-and-disadvantages-of-online-collaboration.html Our secondContinue reading “Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning”
We mentioned today, what does that mean and How does it relate to sharing? Open pedagogy happens on a continuum. We discussed the two poles of this continuum, e.g. old-school Face to Face lecture room pedagogy except blended learning as an example of “non-open” pedagogy. And Moocs or TV lectures (historical example possibly) as factorsContinue reading “Reflection – Topic 2 – Open Pedagogy”
In this topic we have been observing community of inquiry as the baseline principle towards design for online and blended learning. At the basis of the community of inquiry is the Venn diagram of Social, Cognitive, and Teaching Presence intersecting together in Educational Experience. Like many other models, in my opinion community of inquiry needs … Continue reading Blended Learning →