The last topic in the ONL202 course was focussed on reflecting on the journey in the course. The course provided an enriching experience of various aspects of online teaching as well as learning. As it was highlighted several times that ‘the course is the course’, the activities were highly student oriented with few lectures (moreContinue reading “Looking ahead (ONL202 Topic 5)”
In this final blog, we are asked to reflect about lessons learnt and future practices. To summarize, in the beginning of the course I was kind of LOST. Unknown course concepts, challenges and people lying ahead and on top of it: online… Got enough of online in 2020 I wanted to shout, but well, whatContinue reading “Lessons learnt and the future…”
As the ONL202 ends, this post is a great exercise to reflect on what I (or we, the PLB14) learned during this course. I think to bring such a story to fruition, I probably...
The running joke in our discussion group has been that we will delete our blogs once the ONL202 course is over… I’m not too sure myself if I would continue blogging, but it is nice to be able to reflect on the intensive weeks since mid-September, when we began this journey. Although I have had… Continue reading From confusion to enlightenment
When first starting the ONL202 course, I was first a bit terrified of the length and magnitude of work to put into it. How should I be able to balance work and the course workload at the same time? I will not say it has not taken a lot of time, it…
Depending on who’s asking, a meme is a novel evolutionary concept, a complex cultural phenomenon, of a picture with a writing in Impact font, white-filled, with a black border. Topic 5, at the conclusion of our ONL journey, discusses briefly what we have learned, and asks us to put our conclusions in meme form. What… Continue reading Topic 5: ceci n’est pas un meme
“COVID-19 pandemic came unexpectedly and this course was still completely unaffected by the virus. In fact, the course became a necessity and enabled both educators and learners to explore new tools and put theoretical knowledge into practice. It was also a key part of our social life!” – Summary of the course by PBL groupContinue reading “5. The course has ended, but collaborative learning continues”
I learnt a lot during the ONL course and I also had a good time with my PBL-Group. The best thing best were the discussions in the group with really expanded my knowledge base.Also it was nice to get different views from different countries so that I could come out of my German influenced “learning-bubble” … Continue reading Good Bey ONL!
Now, my ONL journey is over. Although it wasn´t always easy to find the time for the meetings, the readings, the research, the tasks and especially the blog I´ll surely miss the regular webinars and especially meeting my PBL-group. It was absolutely new for me to meet people over several weeks only online and inContinue reading “Lessons learned”
In the final week of ONL, I did my very first meme for a colleague who was leaving my university. Okay, so I showed that I am a boomer after all – or so I was told. But hey, that simple act was a milestone for me. And so were a myriad of other little … Continue reading Still in Covid but braver online