During the first week of Open Networked Learning ONL172 we will share expectations, background knowledge and begin to build relationships among participants. The approach is “learning-by-doing” in order to develop skills dealing with the use of digital tools for teaching and learning. The course build on international and cross-institutional collaboration and also invites “open learners” with no academic affiliation.
The FISh-model is used for networking and sharing of material and practices:
Step 1: Focus
- What do I/we see?
- How do I/we understand what we see?
- What do I/we need to find out more about?
- Specify learning issues/intended learning outcomes!
Step 2: Investigate
- How and where am I/are we going to find answers?
- What will I do/who will do what and by when?
- What main findings and solutions do I/we propose?
Step 3: Share
- How am I/are we going to present my/our findings?
- What do I/we want to share with the community?
- How can I/we provide feedback to others?
- What reflections do I have about my learning (and working with others)?
This is my presentation for the first week: