Design for online and blended learning (#HP621A)

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Suggested themes for reflection in your learning blog: 4.1 Reflect on your current practice and reason about possibilities for development of online and blended learning designs. -I have often taken the approach of Distributed Cognition (Hutchins) and Connectivist MOOC (Downes). This line of thought also investigate the concept of rhizomatic knowledge and community as curriculum… Read more »

Learning in communities – networked and collaborative (#HP621A)

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Suggested themes for reflection in your learning blog: 3a) An occasion when real collaborative learning took place, that moved your own thinking forward I love the concept of MOOC, but the ONL brought in PBL-groups where the participants got agency and took shared responsibility. I started to study Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) [Koschmann]. “CSCL locates… Read more »

Open learning, sharing and openness (#HP621A)

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Suggested themes for reflection in your learning blog: 2a) What openness means for your own practice 2b) How to find and use openly licensed resources I have used WikiEducator and Wikiskola for OER, but are also experimenting with H5P and DS106bank to create an ecology for sharing 2c) Advantages and disadvantages of open and closed… Read more »

Online Participation and Digital Literacies (#HP621A)

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Suggested themes for reflection on module 1: a) Who you are as an individual in the digital age and what characterizes your journey so far? (You may think about your own digital literacy and identity in your personal and professional life, how are they linked?) I was bitten by the MOOC-bug in 2008 during an… Read more »