The second week of #flble1 continues apace. It is clear now that the definition of blended learning used in this course includes “demonstrating the value of the mix of digital and conventional methods in class” as opposed to the definition used here by JISC of “integrating online with traditional face-to-face class activities in a planned, pedagogically valuable… Continue reading Blended learning – theory and practice
To blend or not to blend learning was the question that cooked up a storm in the first week of Blended Learning Essentials: Getting Started but before we got there we first had to think what we mean by blended learning. My first thoughts were that it means a mix of f2f classroom activities and… Continue reading To Blend or not to Blend?
The first week of #flble1 is almost over and I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect about how it has worked for me as an orientation week. Having participated in several moocs and being a fairly active user on Twitter, I consider myself to be fairly up to speed with getting the most out of this type… Continue reading Week 1 – orientation
I am writing a blog post. That must be because I need to sort out the jumble of thoughts and ideas that are going through my mind. And if my brain is ‘too full’ it must be because I am participating in a mooc. Love ’em or hate them, they certainly get the old brain… Continue reading Here we go again, again