2022-03-05 14:24:31
Lotta Åbjörnsson
Dear colleagues, Finally we have set off for the exciting learning journey of ONL221 and there is already lots of activity in the ONL221 community and on twitter, using hashtag #ONL221! There are close to 80 registered participants who will study in 11 mixed PBL groups! In the course common ONL221 community there are also […]
2024-04-19 10:43:56
Verica Aleksic Sabo
The scenario presented in Topic 3 highlights a common challenge in collaborative learning – students often view collaboration as a means to divide tasks rather than a valuable opportunity to develop collaborative skills and engage in social learning. This mindset... Continue Reading →
2024-04-16 09:28:28
Susan Lee
Collaborative learning in the forms of think-pair-share, group discussions and longer-term projects have been introduced across different levels of learning, including the higher education (Jin 2012; Flores et al. 2015). In teaching professional and business communication courses, teamwork and collaboration are incorporated in my courses as a way to simulate interaction within workplace work teams. […]
2024-04-15 17:08:49
Maria João Almeida
Introduction Collaborative learning has always been a topic of interest to me, despite having yet to learn much about it. It had more to do with what I was trying to achieve regarding students learning about research and acquiring the skills that proved too challenging to grasp. Having gone through an education system mainly based […]
2024-04-15 11:46:38
Saad Abdullah
The Future of Open Education: Finding Balance and Harnessing AI for Sustainable Knowledge Sharing Openness is not the end. It is the means to the end of an equitable, inclusive, and high-quality education for all, enhanced by the power of AI The open education movement promises to break down barriers to knowledge access, fostering […]
2024-04-15 11:20:34
Saad Abdullah
Welcome to Open Networked Learning. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!
2024-04-15 11:18:13
Lotta Åbjörnsson
Welcome to topic 4 – Design for online and blended learning At this point we hope you feel well-settled with the ONL learning environment and that you have found a good structure for your studies and PBL group work. It seems that the previous topic on Learning in communities was inspiring and engaged you in […]
2024-04-14 15:22:03
Yanqing Lin
On 19th March, I started my first time teaching. During my time as a lecturer, I embarked on a journey...
2024-04-14 15:07:37
Yanqing Lin
As a new faculty member embarking on my teaching journey, I quickly realized that pedagogy and teaching are processes of...
2024-04-13 12:18:05
Yusein Redzheb Ali
In this post, I examine the role of motivation in adopting Open Educational Practices (OEP) by teachers and students. I use the theoretical frameworks of Self-Determination Theory, Attribution Theory, and Goal Orientation in the context of OEP adoption and reflect upon their implications on addressing the challenges related to OEP adoption, such as lack of […]
2024-04-09 13:19:48
Vesna Bulatović
Collaborative learning is seen as a valuable approach that promotes critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and the development of 21st-century skills such as communication, teamwork, and adaptability. As a university teacher for more than twenty years, I’ve seen firsthand the incredible benefits of collaborative learning. It’s not always easy to implement, but when done right, it […]
2024-04-09 09:55:11
Johanna Karlsson
Reading the texts and participating in the group meetings during Topic 3 has been somewhat of a journey for me. I’ve had to rethink a lot about my own approach to learning. I’ve read that many teachers tend to reuse the teaching style of their own teachers (Bernstein 2000). A teacher who had teachers with […]
2024-04-08 18:51:34
Andrea Korens
I’m embedding the template I’m using to teach FigJam to my PBL group, mainly so I can test functionality and watch how it changes as we play with it. FigJam is very new to me as well, but I find it to be a fun tool so far, Miro-esque with more options for play andContinue reading "Learning a new tool together"