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category Distributed and Open Learning

Say What? Yes, it’s another reflection!

For this weeks blog, I wanted to just spend a few minutes reflecting on the whirlwind that has been this master’s program so far. I felt that spending a little time going back over some of my previous ideas and blog posts would help to clarify… Continue Reading →

Grade Free!

Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash Ready, and START!  I would like to be grade free by 2022! Perhaps this is lofty and unrealistic; but, I think it’s worth a shot! Can I accomplish this in all of my courses?… Continue Reading →

Ed Camp

Ed Camp This week our class was run as an EdCamp. What is an ED Camp? According to wikipedia, “An edcamp is a participant-driven conference – commonly referred to as an “unconference”. Edcamps are designed to provide participant-driven professional development… Continue Reading →

Educational Utopias?

GIF from A trend I have come to notice within some of the research we have looked at connected to education and the future of education is dialogue about systems and structures that will create the idealized personalized educational… Continue Reading →

A little bit of this, a little bit of that…

Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay For this weeks post, I have simply decided to post the articles read this week along with a few quotes from each that piqued my interest, as well as notes and questions I made while… Continue Reading →

The Implications of Openness

For this post I wanted to flesh out some of the topics that caught my attention while reading and, that I would like to explore further in relation to some of my thoughts as well as ideas brought up in… Continue Reading →

Reflecting on Theories and Practice in Online Learning

  GIF from @GIFY by @criswiegandt It was with great earnest that I began to survey the weeks reading’s, questing for the magical bean that would thereby only need to be planted to sprout into something of enormity that would transform the… Continue Reading →

Openness: A philosophy

Photo by Alexandre Godreau on Unsplash “Open education is a philosophy about the way people should produce, share, and build on knowledge.” – What is Open Education? My post this week was inspired by the articles: Reflecting on the Impact of the Open Education… Continue Reading →

Into the past: Exploring open and distance learning

“Study the past if you would define the future.” ― Confucius This weeks research articles all contained historical aspects connected to open and e-learning; it makes sense to explore and understand the history of something before touching on the more current… Continue Reading →

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