Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness

What openness means for your own practice I think what David Wiley mentioned in this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rb0syrgsH6M) made me reflect a lot on my own ways of working. Openness means sharing and being generous with the redistribution, revision, remixing of the content one has developed. Prior to this course, I admit that I definitely amContinue reading “Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness”

Design for online and blended learning – Is the teacher redundant?

One of the central tenets of the online networked learning approach seems to be that teachers do not drive learning. We do not (and cannot) transmit knowledge into learners’ minds. We can create situations, environments and events where learning can take place. And we can give learners the tools, resources and confidence to learn byContinue reading “Design for online and blended learning – Is the teacher redundant?”

Reflections on Topic 3

OK so for this topic I have chosen to reflect on ‘an occasion when real collaborative learning took place that moved your own thinking forward’, as it is aptly put on the ONL page.Although I have experienced some collaborative learning in the past (but…