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Clark Quinn and slow learning
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 20, 2011
For #Change11 I started reading about Clark Quins theories about learning design and slow learning. Om my way I found these quistions from Clark Quinn at http://blog.learnlets.com/?p=2332 “what would my ideal learning situation be?" – Answer: To have enough time and inspiration “how would you construct an optimal performance environment for yourself?  What would it look like? – Answer: to have enough of time and inspiration (Yes – I know I said the same twice) ... Tue, 20 Dec 2011 13:36:19 +0000 [Comment]

How do I work efficient in a Mooc to maximize my gain of knowledge?
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 20, 2011
How to gain knowledge in #Change11? The facilitators posts are spot on, while I struggle to find the perfect blogs to follow. In a Mooc like #Change11 it is essential that you both write and comment on others blogs. It takes some time, but soon others will start commenting your own blog. I do comment, and I do get comments back. I use a lot of time reading and commenting. And I do get some really good points from doing that. But till now it has been quite ineffective. I use a lot of time ... Tue, 20 Dec 2011 13:53:52 +0000 [Comment]

Abundance and Privacy
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 20, 2011
Eric Duval wanted to use his week at #Change11 about how we have to learn to act in at time of abundance. George Siemens adds that we expect a different level of expertice to the networked learning settings, than in the real world settings. Eric Duvals points out in that it is necessary that the students work at the web with social medias and blogs to get education eg. as a engineer. That is a part of the course and he is very clear about his expectations. And he makes sure, that they are ... Tue, 20 Dec 2011 14:38:36 +0000 [Comment]

What “Change” do we mean?
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 20, 2011
For the #Change 11 course, I have been wondering what “Change” I want to promote”? “What is the really, really new”?  Could it be categorized in “The Networked Learning” and “The Academic Profiling” like this: A: The Networked Learning The Open Courses – and thereby the openness of what is going on during classes (including materials) The peer to peer guidance – and thereby the lack of teacher-guidance The interactivity with ... Tue, 20 Dec 2011 08:16:00 +0000 [Comment]

Where to find Open Educational Resssources (OER)
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 20, 2011
I normally do not copy a lot from another site, but here is a very useful guide for how to find Open Educational Ressourses. It is taken from http://www.col.org/PublicationDocuments/Basic-Guide-To-OER.pdf page 18 Where do I find OER? The scope and availability of OER is ever expanding. Every week, new resources are being added to the global body of resources. A current problem arising out of this growth is that there is no single comprehensive listing of all OER (nor, given the rapid ... Tue, 20 Dec 2011 09:29:42 +0000 [Comment]

How to teach as Nancy White?
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 19, 2011
I just viewed the recordings of Nancy White from #Change11 again. This time I was impressed how she managed through questions to make us make deep reflections about changing our teaching. She was using visual methods, feeling and art too, and she did only tell few points her selves. We figured her major points our our selves. How did she do it? 1. Connecting: She makes us fell being together about this by asking us to sit in a chair in a circle. Is it important to view others in front of you ... Mon, 19 Dec 2011 12:30:56 +0000 [Comment]

Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 15, 2011
This web from Standford states about MOOCs like #Change11:  "It raises the question: Whose certification matters, for what purposes?"  Stanford’s open courses raise questions about true value of elite education | Inside Higher Ed. Isn´t it the point? I think that we still need the existing education institutions to evaluate the students. To make the certification of their competencies. That could be a working buisnesplan for the educationinstitutions, which still needs funding ... Thu, 15 Dec 2011 11:48:48 +0000 [Comment]

The point of using Web2.0 tools in teaching
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
#Change11 I just read a Danish book by Nina Bonderup Dohn, about how to work use blogs, wikis and social medias in teaching. She is using each of them separately in each subject and analyzing the tool that way. That is very different from a MOOC, where you use all possibilities at Web2.0 at the same time. As I see it, the points of using the Web2.0 must be the access to other students and specialists, which offer an extended view of the subject. The students get access to extended knowledge. ... Wed, 26 Oct 2011 10:59:38 +0000 [Comment]

Ways of learning
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
I´m am looking very much for hearing Nancy White at #Change11. Mostly because she is having a very different approach for this week. I came to think of how much I have learned as a teacher from all the different approaches to teaching in Change11. What a Wonderful way of learning. And now I look forward for Nancy Wed, 02 Nov 2011 12:23:17 +0000 [Comment]

Source critics and collective learning
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
#Change11 The collective  learning by Allisson Littlejohn is different from group based learning because you learn in a crowd. And the collective learners use blogs, sms´es and mails, which are not accepted in the academic world (Jaapsoft). That makes it very import to develop a working method, where your (always) evaluate the persons you are in touch with though the usual methods of source critics. I wonder if I can find taxonomy for that – or I shall start developing it my selves? Fri, 28 Oct 2011 11:30:31 +0000 [Comment]

Something new or a replica?
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
Just attended Dave Cormiers live session at #Change11. I admire his goal to develop the students beyond the capabilities of the teacher. He wants them to be explorers, which is building on excisting knowledge and evolving from connections between explorers. He has quite rightly seen that the existing educational system on is making replicas (The workers). We encourage them to develop and think for themselves (The nomads) but basicaly we want them to be like us. He doesn´t want them to be ... Mon, 07 Nov 2011 12:35:14 +0000 [Comment]

Laissez farie teaching and the Rhizomatic learning
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
The Rhizomatic learning by Dave Cormier at #Change11 describes very well what is going on learning at the Web. It also describes the “Laissez faire” approach of teaching and learning at the Web. (For the origin of the term “Laissez faire” search for Adam Smith and James Mill) As I see it – The theory describes perfectly what is going on. But how do I use the teory? What for? What can I learn for the teory? I look very much forward to hear that in the week to come Mon, 07 Nov 2011 12:33:36 +0000 [Comment]

Sync in time
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
Yesterday afternoon I was twitting with a colleague from #Change11 in New York, and we would like to proceed the discussion an online forum. But he was just going to work – and I was just going to end my workingday here in Denmark. That gave me reflections of the essences of Mooc´s. The whole world can attend and there is no problem working asynchronous. I almost never attend live to the sessions because it mostly i during our evening dinner or “tugging our daughter to bed” ... Tue, 08 Nov 2011 12:05:32 +0000 [Comment]

Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
I support Dave Cormier from #Change11 in NOT believing in facts. There is a distinction in the discussion at his blog, which I would like to point out. 1. The theoretic/Philosophical way of thinking: Is it a fact that I can see or feel the chair? Is the chair really there? Or is it only electrons – electrons which arre clouds of air at a high speed? Are the electrons then really there? Is the chair then really there? 2. The humanistic way of thinking: Is it possible to find the true ... Tue, 08 Nov 2011 08:32:02 +0000 [Comment]

Collectivism – the new construtivism?
Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
#Change11. Teacher training in Denmark offers fully or partially their programs as E-learning. Often, this e-learning is built around constructivism, which is also called collaborative learning. A renewal of this approach could be connectivism and especially the more specific theory of Collectivism. The constructivist theory is, among other things, that students share their experiences with other students working with course topics and thereby achieve a boost in terms in order to acquirer ... Tue, 13 Dec 2011 13:03:44 +0000 [Comment]

Lone Guldbrandt Tønnesen, LearningWeb, Dec 13, 2011
How to behave? A huge part of my learningprocess during #Change11 is: how to behave? It could be called web-learning-habits, but I think the perfect word is "Web-literacy" I have tried to follow the paths of the facilitators and I been watching others and tried to copy them. But most important – I have gained a lot of knowledge, contacts and wisdom. I have also seen that the new academic approach is not just writing articles. The future academic approach is profiling your selves at the ... Wed, 09 Nov 2011 12:02:47 +0000 [Comment]

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