Planning the student journey

Reflection on topic 4: Design for online and blended learning.

This blog post describes my thoughts about topic four; design for online and blended learning. As written in my last blog post, designing meaningful assignments for online learning has been challenging in my department during the pandemic. This spring, we have been moving back to campus, with mixed feelings from teachers and students, many students […]

Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning

One of the teacher’s primary roles is to be a designer of learning modules. All teachers plan their teaching, from single activities in everyday lesson plans to overarching course designs. The task of designing complex learning modules which encompass online, hybrid and collaborative learning should arguably be assigned to teacher teams rather than single teachers, … Continue reading Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning

Edi and Online&Blended Learning

My own experiences. In the last five years, I have started digitizing campus courses and developing new online courses to be exclusively given to industrial professionals. Working in this new setting involves a close interaction with students using digital tools and blended learning. Nowadays, teaching has evolved and teachers are adopting blended learning techniques throughout […]

Designing for the student, is key to succeed

Finally, the topic I have been looking for since the beginning of this course is here, designing an online course. Honestly, I am equally unsure (or even more) on how to approach it as I was with the previous topics. There are many reasons for that and responsibility is one of them. I have been […]


Challenges in Collaborative Learning

I reflected quite a lot on the frustrations of both teachers and students in online collaborative learning. I started by reading quite an interesting paper [1] that outlined some of these issues: Even if some of these issues seem generic enough to be applied to any collaborative learning tasks, I think many of the challenges […]

#ONL212 Design for online and blended learning

The current pandemic has forced teaching to go online. Learning is compromised when content is delivered remotely and often does not conform to the high standards of learning through face-to-face (FTF) interaction, and in the bargain, an important learning opportunity is lost. Moving forward, we need to look at ways to motivate and engage students […]

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