On this page you will find all PBL group work submissions. Click on the heading of each post and then on “Check out our work here” at the bottom of the post to see the linked work.

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Posted on April 17, 2021
by Giulia Sparisci
I had a teacher, who I considered a wise person with a great knowledge in his field of studies. I did my exam and it went great, during my exam I openly spoke with him about a project I were involved in at that time, which were somehow related to his subject and research topics.Continua a leggere "I want to be in the Openness team"
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Posted on April 16, 2021
by Yogeeta Singh
The term “Openness” has been used in multiple ways causing confusion of what it really means. When we started this topic, I had to do some research on what it really means in the educational context and think about to what extent I have experienced openness. Generally, Openness in education refers to open entry andContinue reading "Topic 2: Open Learning: Sharing and Openness"
Posted on April 16, 2021
by Janne Nyström
Learning through communities can happen, albeit not exclusively, in a learning environment. I say not exclusively, because I have experience of community-based learning, when the learning part was not the goal itself, but something that came along the way. I have a background in activism and while I know most people think of loud demonstrationsContinue reading "Learning in a community of practice"
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Posted on April 15, 2021
by Mae-Ling NG
Where and what is my network? Is it in the virtual world? Because the virtual is also real, tangible. Who says learning has to be defined by a course material, a science, a topic, a concept. So they say my best textbook is every patient encounter. So are they also my personal learning network? DEFINITION,Continue reading "PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORK"
Posted on April 14, 2021
by Annika Göran Rodell
Invite your future highest potential.
Posted on April 13, 2021
by Astrid Petersmann
 It is amazing what can be accomplished in a group. Everybody has a talent. Even if - at first glance- we are not convinced we can contriubute anything: we do. The only thing we need to do is dare to participate. It doesn´t necessarily require a l...
Posted on April 13, 2021
by Astrid Petersmann
 It is amazing what can be accomplished in a group. Everybody has a talent. Even if - at first glance- we are not convinced we can contriubute anything: we do. The only thing we need to do is dare to participate. It doesn´t necessarily require a l...
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Posted on April 13, 2021
by Anna Aldenius
Processing the lecture of today
Posted on April 12, 2021
by Ossi Kaario
I am focusing now on three topics within open learning, namely 1) what is it, 2) how to assess it, and 3) the knowledge transfer. OpenI am thinking what does open learning mean. I mean the open -part there. Typically open courses are not open to e...
Posted on April 12, 2021
by Tatja Pusa
(Topic 2) One of the Open Educational Practices presented by Bali, Cronin and Jhangiani (2020) is the open syllabus teaching process. In this process, the syllabus can be open to students to “comment or modify the contents”. As an information specialist, who teaches information retrieval to students in different subjects, this makes me interested. DespiteContinue reading "Open syllabus as an OEP"
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Posted on April 12, 2021
by Lynette Tan
The new topic of ‘Open Learning’ surfaced ideological positions related to education as a whole. Should we share our resources and knowledge with the world, now that more than ever we have the ability to do so? Is education a private or a public good? This is a binary that I have mulled over beforeContinue reading "The Topic 2 Blog: Open Learning – sharing and openness"
Posted on April 12, 2021
by Avinash Dhital
“Openness” is contextual: One thing that I realized upon reflection together with my own PBL group on “Open Learning – Sharing and Openness”; is that ‘openness’ and ultimately practice and […]