Pass it on

And then suddenly it happens... One colleague asks about how to use digital quizzes in the classroom... Kaboom! I´m pleased and beyond happiness. I gladly share the knowledge and experiences that I have with my colleague. So I thought, why not share it here too?! Here´s how I do it... When lecturing nursing students in... Continue Reading →

New sensation

First of all I have to clarify that I´m alright, I´m actually fine. And with that statement I also would like to add a new sudden feeling of loneliness. One year ago I participated in the ONL161 together with Nour, Marc, Åsa, Jennifer and Alastair. Some weeks the struggle was real, especially when it came... Continue Reading →

Safe bubbles

Yesterday I experienced an adventure. For the first time ever, I had a 5 minutes long presentation in English, at the international conference EDEN. I was invited by Alastair Creelman, who hosted the workshop Collaborative literacy in staff development, to talk about my experiences of being a participant at the ONL course. This is what I... Continue Reading →

Us vs. Them

It seems like I have a mission to complete. I promised to return with feedback from a meeting - and here it is. Earlier, in April, I wrote a blog post where I used the analogue of the three musketeers. I  contacted a colleges at another institution who is teaching the same topic as I am. My colleague... Continue Reading →

In love…!

I don´t know if it is the excitement of spring or something else but the feeling I have is pure, present and real. It is official now - I am in love! In love with Coggle! Its usability goes beyond my wildest dreams of what a free mind map tool could be like. It is: User-friendly Aesthetic Collaborative Accessible... Continue Reading →

All good things (must) come to an end

First of all I would like to praise Cambridge Dictionaries Online and Google translate for an inexhaustible source of knowledge. Second, I would like to embrace all my group members for being such good friends throughout the whole course period and for making me feel comfortable and safe trying to speak and write in English. In ten fantastic... Continue Reading →

Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno

Like the three musketeers - one for all, all for one - we teachers can choose to stand together united and strong. I´m thinking of openness and sharing. What if we could share and how do we do it? We have discussed this in my PBL group at the ONL161 course. Our prominent facilitator Alastair Creelman... Continue Reading →

The fledglings thoughts

If I´m doing this "Digital me-thing" I´m gonna do it to 100%. I´ve just made an investment in a 1 year domain address and I think I found me a name that describes my feeling - The thoughts of a fledgling. Ready or not hear I come... Photo: Fledgling by USFWSmidwest (CC BY 2.0)

Already learning

Yep, so today I´ve learned that it is not OK to use a photo without permission. Well, actually I knew that but I thought that if I attributed to the website where I found the photo I was being a "good girl". Nope, that´s not good enough. I´ve just created an account on  Flickr and look... Continue Reading →

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