A recent participation in an online course got me back into the habit of blogging. When I started to blog in 2011, and it was purely for sharing good practices on technology enhanced learning in my own campus. It was very much of reporting! But now, I enjoy blogging - helps me reflect, share ideas and … Continue reading Taking on the #blimage challenge: Not just a row of desks!
Blended learning is a concept that is understood differently by different instructors. This is largely due to the varying definitions that one can find on blended learning. Not only is it defined in multiple ways, but is also known in many ways - Blended learning, Hybrid learning, flipped classroom, and many more! Take a look at … Continue reading Design Approaches to Blended Learning
This is the second in a two-part series, where this second post will look at what can students do to be a successful online learner. The first post looked at what strategies an instructor can use to increase student engagement in online courses. Listed below are some strategies that an online learner should keep in … Continue reading Student engagement and participation in online learning (Part 2)
Maintaining and cultivating student engagement in an online course is important to make it less challenging for students to participate. Online learning courses have taken various forms and types – distance learning courses, massively open online courses (MOOC), open schedule online courses, fixed schedule courses, open networked learning courses, flipped courses, blended learning courses, hybrid … Continue reading Student engagement and participation in online learning (Part 1)