|7 – 13 March 2022
During this week the focus is to connect with peers and facilitators and to form groups. You will be encouraged to share expectations, background knowledge, experience and practice and begin to build relationships.
Activities in PBL groups
All registered participants will get an email from the ONL organisers with an invitation and link to join their PBL group, on Monday 7 March at the latest.
The most important thing to do during this week is to meet with your group! To start off work, attend meetings and get to know each other! There is one task for the group: to present your group to the wider ONL community in any way you like – a presentation (Google slides, PowerPoint, Prezi, Sway…), a Padlet, a video or whatever you can think of! The presentation does not have to be neither technically advanced nor academically high-strung – opt for a personal touch! Share your presentation in the ONL221 community by clicking “Submit your PBL group work” (and enter details) in your PBL group space at the end of the first week.
During this second week of the course the PBL groups will begin to form and plan for the collaborative work. It is essential that you are present and active in this important first phase of forming and starting up your group work!
Read about, discuss and familiarize yourself with the ONL design and ONL learning activities including using the FISh model for collaborative inquiry.
Activities for all learners
Connecting webinar 7 March 13-14:30 CET
Learning blog – reflection
By the end of this week, you will have had the opportunity to:
– connect with other participants and your facilitators
– learn about and discuss problem-based, open and collaborative learning in the context of ONL
COURSE SYNCHRONOUS ACTIVITY
Connecting webinar: 7 March 13-14:30
Please check your timezone.
The webinar will be recorded, link to recording can be found afterwards in the main ONL221 community space.
Readings and other resources
For further readings on PBL see ONL pedagogical design