So, Open Network Learning course is over. That is: as far as course content and schedule goes. But my own networked learning is up for a journey. In terms of scaffolding (Salmon, 2004) I think my group did very well. At the start of a new topic or new element we introduced our selves to … Continue reading ONL, looking back
I guess I have been doing my 10.000 hours in course planning and teaching. Traditional, blended and fully online. I have now with ONL put some extra hours to those first 10.000. Some very interesting extra hours. The Community of Inquiry framework (CoI) was a new introduction to me and I find it a very … Continue reading Design for online blended learning
Past weeks has been an interesting process of learning collaboratively with my ONL group. We decided on a theme and headed of into sharing and drawing knowledge with and from each other. In terms of the model Teacher as Connected Professionals (1) I believe I have been moving mostly in the personal arena which “is … Continue reading What hybridity are you today?
Past weeks I have been learning about OER – Open Educational Resources. It is a vast field and OER touches on several aspects within the realm of education. One aspect that caught my interest is how OER challenges the traditional academic publication system. Along with publishing something questions about such as copyright, validity, authority, rigor … Continue reading Open Educational Resources – Rioting the Feodal
I have this 530 pages book from 1964 called Manners (Berkling, L. A. Et al). If you ever in a social situation feel insecure, you can consult this book and you will learn all about the right manner in appearance, communication, behaviour etc. There is a chapter on how to use the telephone, where you … Continue reading Digital literacy
I realize that I am brought up in the tradition of knowledge where learning and expressing knowledge is somewhat different processes. Learning privately before expressing it publicity. The ONL course challenges this by encouraging expressing the not yet known publicitly. I look forward to learn to express what I don’t already know together with my … Continue reading Focus on topic 1
Introduction week in the ONL course is about to end. Tomorrow we send in our group presentation. It turned to be a slick Prezi presentation! The week started off with a couple of Zoom meetings. I reflect on how the technology keeps making it self a participant in the meeting as the human part of … Continue reading At the edge… I mean: beginning!
So, I enrolled to the Online Network Learning course where international online group collaboration is engaged in a problem based learning approach. Now, at the end of the introduction week I can say I really look forward to take on the course topics with my group! My name is Peter Fogel, I live in Sweden, … Continue reading Introduction