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Topic 4 GenAI in Education: Friend or Foe? Balancing Benefits and Risks

Generative AI is revolutionizing the field of education. Its potential to change the way students learn, teachers teach, and educational content is created is truly remarkable. Studies have shown that generative AI can effectively adapt to each student’s individual strengths, weaknesses, and learning pace, leading to personalized learning experiences. This individualized approach helps to increase learner engagement, […]

Blended learning: losing the fear!

Many of my colleagues believe that blended learning is difficult, as it is had to design course content that provides the best opportunities for both only and face to face learning. I have entered this reflection with the aim to explore the possibilities. Step 1: Make a self-assessment I started by filling the “Community of […]

My Journey Through the Digital Shift

Reflecting on the challenges of online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic, I realized that technological tools can be an asset but are not without obstacles. We tackled the assessment issue and the problem of determining individual contributions to group tasks. I’ve realized that while oral assessments can address this to an extent, they are not…

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Welcoming your online students’ workshopONL

ONL221 is an online course on open networked learning. These reflections are part of the course assignment. This one is on topic four – Design for online and blended learning. Suggestions for reflection – Reflect on how you can provide support, facilitation and scaffolding for students in online and blended learning environments. Working at the Center for … Fortsätt läsa ”Welcoming your online students’ workshopONL”

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Online and blended learning

I found this topic very interesting, since I have been teaching both on campus and online for a while. The most challenging part of it has been when you have students both online and in the classroom at the same time. How can we go about that? Is it possible to support both groups (online […]

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What’s cooking?

Topic 4 was tasty. It tickled my appetite and even though I never do the cooking at home, I will try out and explore new recipes in my teaching. Blended learning could mean several things, but it does not necessarily mean a mix of campus (in-person) tutorials and online activities. It could mean (as in … Continue reading “What’s cooking?”

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What’s cooking?

Topic 4 was tasty. It tickled my appetite and even though I never do the cooking at home, I will try out and explore new recipes in my teaching. Blended learning could mean several things, but it does not necessarily mean a mix of campus (in-person) tutorials and online activities. It could mean (as in … Continue reading “What’s cooking?”