What remains for me to say? The course demanded more from me than I thought. You quickly get lost in the individual topics because each one is exciting and has so many facets and you always want to know more and more. I got to know some new tools, but I don’t know yet whether […]
Reflections on Topic 4: Design for online and blended learning
It is totally clear that only giving texts, reading them and discuss them in a group is not a very sophisticated design for online learning. An effective design helps to create engaging and interactive learning experiences that support student learning outcomes. So what could it be? PBL is a well known and approved approach. It […]
Reflections on Topic 3: Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning
Imagine participating in a study group or a project with a team of like-minded individuals who are also learning and exploring a topic that you’re interested in (like in ONL). Of course you can learn from the other participants by working together and sharing ideas perhaps leading to a deeper (or another?) understanding. But it […]
Reflections on Topic 2: Open Learning – Sharing and Openness
As someone who values lifelong learning, the concept of open learning, sharing, and openness resonates deeply with me. I have seen the tremendous impact that these principles can have on my own education and personal growth. Sharing is an integral part of open learning, as it fosters collaboration and the exchange of ideas. Through sharing, […]
Reflections on Topic 1: Online participation and digital literacies
I am not someone who has grown up in the digital age, sometimes I struggle with all the possibilities that are given to us nowadays. But I believe that it is important for each of us to take responsibility for our own digital literacy and online participation. Online participation and digital literacies are more than […]
Unbelievable but true, finally I manage to bring my reflections into the blog. The course is over since the beginning of December and I miss the exchange with my group very much (Thanks PBL01!). It was always an escape from everyday life, very inspiring and humorous. The following reflections are my own quintessence on the […]
EduNauts – “Merci” for the time together
Welcome to my space for the reflections on topic 5 – Lessons learnt – future practice The last webinar ended with a beautiful Miroboard – I grew really fond of this tool. I gonna quote my fellow EduNauts Lucinda Jolly “talk the talk … walk the walk”, was one of the many things she told […]
I wish I had more time or is it a question of prioritization?
Welcome to my space for the reflections on topic 4 – Design for online and blended learning My ONL journey ended as I started. Again, I was stunned that I haven’t heard about a concept that has been around for more than twenty years now. This time, it was the “The Community of Inquiry Model” […]
Learning is a social act – don’t you think?
Welcome to my space for the reflections on topic 3 – Learning in communities – networked collaborative learning. I joined the webinar “Learning in communities” on Monday the 7th November with Kay Oddone (Charles Sturt University, Australia) & Lotta Fröjdfeldt (Mälardalen University, Sweden). Little did I know, once again an inspiring and wonderful hour would […]
Topic 5: Lessons learnt – future practice
ONL222 Archipelago Through my participation in OLN 222, I was able to learn a lot. The interesting approach about this online course is that you don’t just learn how to do it, but you become very active yourself with the different topics and assignments. You really experience how open networked learning works (and where the […]
This last week of the ONL Course is all about reflection. That’s why I’m writing a reflection on reflection. My…
A puzzle piece of something big that makes me happy.
Welcome to my space for the reflections on topic 2 – Open Learning – Sharing and Openness This topic kicked off with the webinar from Maha Bali about “Exploring Nuances of Open Educational Practices”. (‘ONL222 Topic 2 Event’, 2022) In order to prepare for the webinar, I listened to the recommended podcast “Perspectives of […]