This blogpost is to share my experience from my journey in ONL course. To start: Looking back and looking forward I still remember when I was interviewed for the job. I was asked why I want to teach. The most simple answer is that I want to help students to learn and to progress as […]Read More Keep Learning
For teacher or for students? In the recent years, I have found that it is more difficult for me to get my students engaged in my class. At the beginning of my career, I was very close to my students, perhaps it was because our gap was not so big. So, it was easier for […]Read More Engagement is key to success for learning
Image: “Together, you are no ordinary stones” This is my blog post to reflect on PBL work on the topic of ‘Learning in communities – networked & collaborative learning’. It has been almost two months since I joined ONL course and started working in a group of collaborative learning. In this topic, I learned more about […]Read More Face-to-Face or Online Collaborative Learning
This week, it has come to Topic 2 on the ONL172. We learned about openness and online course (MOOC). It looks excited at the beginning but when we discussed ‘openness’, it raised many questions to me. Am I ready? There are people out there offering online courses. What makes them go online? What is their […]Read More Am I on the right path?
This blog post is to reflect on my personal experience and personal view after three weeks of online network learning participation. I work in a group and need to collaborate with other people (online) on a given topic. Who was I as an individual in the digital age? Here it came, the first group meeting […]Read More Shed a light on me
This is the excerpt for your very first post.Read More Looking back and looking forward