Reflections about topic 5

Hello to all! The aim of this blog is to reflect about my overall ONL course experience. During this short ONL trip, I learned a lot of things. But the first thing that comes to my mind is that I learned to be more open: More open to share my expertise online (via blogs), more […]

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ONL221 Topic 2: Open learning – the journey continues

Now we enter the second week of this topic and we hope you are having interesting discussions in your groups. If you haven’t seen the webinar with Maha Bali from the first week please do so (view recording). This week (Wednesday 6 April 11:00 CEST) you are welcome to join our second webinar with Kiruthika […]

Topic 2: Open learning

The online teaching has one strong possibility in teaching: Openness. For me, when the pandemic hit, already the second week I was inscribed in several online courses, including one very interesting course on leadership in teaching environments from Harvard University. It was actually for HarvardX, the platform for MOOC, Massive Open Online Courses, where thousans […]

Jan on Collaborative Learning

I find this topic particularly interesting – probably the most relevant topic so far in the workshop. In my research, I focused on the differences between expectations and the potential of collaborative learning in online classes. It appears that Collaborative Learning is often seen as something desirable per se, often without questioning whether it is […]