Blending into online learning – streaming an extended epistemology

Surprising, rich and frustrating This one-line learning journey focusing on collaborative and blended learning possibilities through a problem-based learning approach has been both surprising, rich and frustrating. It has broadened my perspectives on what is possible to do in terms of using a range of technically mediating programs and tools, and a deeper sense ofFortsätt läsa “Blending into online learning – streaming an extended epistemology”

The last blog

Dear ONL211, this is my last blog. Such a joyful journey I have had together with the group Strange Crochet. We have been a diverse group, facing the challenges of the course in a very innovative way. Through the images and metaphors, we have used there is a possibility that we will remember the learning

Teaching evaluations

It doesn’t cease to amaze me how different teaching requirements can be at various universities across countries, but also within the same country. Faculty appointments, and evaluations of faculty members for the next career step usually includes some sort of evaluation of their teaching. Often, this is on the basis of written documents, or a […]

The end of the beginning…

 What a journey this has been! A very special thank you to PBL10 for your insights and such differing points of view!!Despite viewing the scenarios from different angles, we managed to produce such works of educational art, that I doubt any one of…

Moving forward

One of my teacher training courses over ten years ago included reflecting on Hattie’s theory of visible learning as well as many other pedagogical perspectives. In student groups, we discussed the importance of teachers seeing learning through the eyes of students and various approaches to empowering students to take ownership of their own learning. There… Continue reading Moving forward



As I embarked on this ONL journey, I am not sure what my expectations were, apart from wanting to learn about learning in a digital classroom setting, however “fluffy” that might sound in writing. What I do know, however, is that my perspective on and my approach to this course has changed over time. From… Continue reading Transformation


How are you, really?

On Monday I attended a workshop: “Courageous Conversations” hosted by the East-West Center in Hawaii. “Leaders are often called upon to facilitate meaningful, civil, and sometimes difficult conversations” – and these courageous conversations are more important than ever in an increasingly polarized and divisive society. I see courageous conversations as bridge-builders; the opposite of shamingContinue reading “How are you, really?”

Summarizing my open learning experience

In this closing post I’d like to share some of my final comments on my amazing and unbelievable journey as a participant of ONL211. The past 2 weeks of our activities had been very important for me as the part of ONL211 journey, as we’ve focused on rethinking how to design online, traditional and blended […]