I sure find myself as a teacher and as individual to be in a digital age. Facebook, LinkedIn, Youtube and other IT-tools are a common in my private life, while learning management systems and communication tools as Canvas and Zoom are common in the par…
In ”Visitors and residents: A new typology for online engagement”, White and Le Cornu make the argument that Prensky’s typology ’Natives and Immigrants’ is increasingly outdated. With the interpretation of natives and immigrants they (and, as I understand, Prensky) utilize, I probably agree. Still I have reflected on differences between natives and an immigrant duringFortsätt läsa “Immigrants as permanent residents – natives as non-residents”
The first topic in the ONL201 course was focused on online participation and digital literacies. These broad topics can be discussed from different perspectives. I have chosen the perspective of university teacher/course coordinator and how knowledge and understanding of the concepts of online participation and digital literacies can support the students in my course. Starting … Continue reading Understanding our students’ digital literacies →
We’re approaching the end the first ONL topic “Online participation & digital literacies” and it’s time to reflect. Let me start with a general note: taking an online course in order to learn about how to effectively teach online is as topical as it can gets in these “corona” times. This pandemic is showing howContinue reading “Am I a resident or visitor?”
The past 3 weeks have went by so fast, and in a blink of an eye we are done with topic 1, wow! It has been a roller coaster with the amount of information we needed to grasp with regards to getting started, preparing for our tasks and being able to attend PBL group meetings. … Continue reading TOPIC 1: Online Participation and Digital Literacy →
I am not a real fan for blogging. Anyway the blog is se继续阅读“Start my course of Open Networked Learning”
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We are in week 1 of the ONL course & everyone is getting ready for a great learning experience. A brief introduction about myself: I am Sophie, a 3rd year PhD student in a cross-boarder program between Germany and The Netherlands. I am working on mechanisms underlying cardiovascular complications following surgery. ONL interests me asContinue reading “Week 1 – Introduction”
Next week the PBLs will start
This is my first blog post on the very first day of the ONL201 course.
More will follow!
My view on ONL192During the past twelve weeks, I have been taking an online course, ONL 192  “Online Networked Learning, a course, a community, an approach”. The reason for taking this course was to get a deeper understanding of online teaching and …
I apprehensively enrolled into ONL 192 course given my immigrant status. After my fourth session the apprehension levels decreased. Reasons being that the facilitators and group members created an environment that is so conducive to teaching and learning. I guess one can attribute that to the professions that we do belong to. Since social mediaContinue reading “1. Introducing the use of Digital Literacies”