Learning by doing and reflection

ONL201 is ending, hence this blog post will summarize and reflect upon my experiences, learning and development. “Learning by doing and reflection” is a phrase I usually return to, when thinking about or discussing different aspects of education. This …

”YOU LIVE AS LONG AS YOU LEARN”

Given that our university converted to an exclusively digital format only weeks after ONL201 started, my learning steadily “spilled over” into my practice, as I progressed through the ONL201 course topics. Concurrently with taking ONL201, I quickly adapted two courses from ”physical” to digital format. In that process, I was fortunate to collaborate with youngerFortsätt läsa “”YOU LIVE AS LONG AS YOU LEARN””

Reflect on how you can provide support, facilitation and scaffolding for students in online and blended learning environments.

During the past two weeks of topic 4 (Design for online and blended learning) it is evident that Online learning is something that each and every institution will have to adapt soon or later. For Teachers/Lecturers this can be a demanding task to implement in their teaching and learning pedagogy. I think my PBL Group … Continue reading Reflect on how you can provide support, facilitation and scaffolding for students in online and blended learning environments.

Topic 3: When real life collaborative learning took place.

In the past 2 weeks of trying to unpack the topic of Online Collaborative learning in our communities, it became evident that there is a distinct difference between cooperative and collaborative learning. According to Laal et al (2012) some of the difference between cooperative and collaborative learning is that the teacher involvement and guiding is … Continue reading Topic 3: When real life collaborative learning took place.