Looking back on ONL161

flickr photo shared by helga tawil souri under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC-SA ) license So many times we enrol in online courses full of hope and anticipation, ready to participate fully and learn so much! And then, due to a wide range of reasons, our participation falters, and our busy lives take over like […]

Being open

Open education is one of those things that I can’t help but love. The idea that information, resources or research should be locked down and accessible only to a privileged few is fundamentally opposed to my personal opinion that education is a basic human right that should be available to everyone. I have learnt A […]

Flexible Learning – Putting the Stretch Back into Education

Everytime you learn something new, I believe that you are stretching. Stretching your mind to take in a new concept and build connections (neural and otherwise) around it, stretching your body and building muscle memory that enables automaticity and strength. Without the stretch, you aren’t making the connections, and without the connections, learning hasn’t happened. Education […]