It is time to reflect on my ONL learning journey!“The

To focus even more on my strengths, and my lived-experience

That I try, and sometimes I am going to “fail”, depending on if I see to the process or to the product.  Perhaps “the greatest learning” really lays within the interaction, and not the results. If try harder, then I will succeed.  A deeper understanding about different models and theories (The FISh frame-work etc) within ONL-learning. Interaction, sharing documents, and “group psychology”. Is always interesting, but, also energy-consuming. A heterogeneous group. “Strangers”, sharing an interest to learn more about ONL. We have shared our frustrations and confusions, questions. Did we fail, or did we succeed? Is it the process, or the product? Perspectives! …and that is of great value, off course!There is pros and cons with asynchrony communication…we encountered some! In relation to issues for a deeper understanding, within the group, it is probably more difficult for the students to succeed in capturing “the mood” (group-sessions). There is a need for both academic knowledge, but also a need for a high quality of verbal communication, and mostly self-awareness! To use the academic emotions, and foremost to respect completely different perspectives, and point of views! The group can win quality by the “team-members” and should not just consist of a  type of personality. Is is also highly important that the teacher reflect on the group composition. I liked the Pencil-Methaphor,  different personalities can succed in complementing each other in learning-situations ONL.



“Join the fun!?”

“The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”

― Albert Einstein

Diffusion of Innovation (DOI) Theory, developed by E.M. Rogers in 1962 (1st ed.). New York: Free Press of Glencoe.
Steve Wheeler shared a post about in in January of 2012 as part of a #pencilchat discussion ?
Albert Einstein  f. 1879-1955 www.nobelprize.org.

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