Monthly Archives: October 2013

Flipping the classroom – making my teaching more fun!

This blog post is part of the examination for the course IT in education I’m taking at Karolinska Institutet (KI). The course has introduced a number of different tools and techniques to help us as teachers in higher education to … Continue reading

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Using open learning resources – could it be for me?

So, anyone reading my blog lately will have noticed that I’m focusing a lot on online learning and the use of information and communication technology (ICT) to improve my teaching practice. And here’s yet another post on this subject. Today’s … Continue reading

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Using blogging as a tool for reflection and learning

Today, I have been exploring the use of blogs in education. This is something I have been pondering for a while – can I ask my students to reflect on the work they are doing through blogs? I really enjoy … Continue reading

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My digital teaching practice and opportunities for change

UPDATED 19 OCTOBER 2013 Recently, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about education, teaching and learning and what I can do as a teacher to help my students in their learning process. Since I myself enjoy learning and collaborating … Continue reading

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