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[blogpost] Inverse Blended Learning – How to Deal with MOOCs More Successfully #tugraz #research #InverseBlendedLearning #MOOC

Sandra and I did a short blogpost for our colleagues in Philadelphia about our didactical approach of „Inverse Blended Learning„, based on our MOOC-research

We guess that all innovative educators especially in the field of educational technology love to work with MOOCs. We simply get the possibility to teach a broad audience and are working with learners really interested in the stuff. In recent years, the number of those courses have increased while impressive educational institutions report successful experiences.

[Link to the blogpost]

Didactical Challenges of E-Portfolio Work

Last week I attended the International Conference on the Potential of ePortfolios in Higher Education and made a visit at this workshop about „E-Portfolios: Didactical Challenges for Higher Education „.
Anybody who is interested in this topic should look through the slides – great work with valuable hints.

(via Sandra Schaffert)

[presentation] Partizipative Didaktik im Zeitalter von Web 2.0 und danach

Eine sehr interessante und schön gestaltete Präsentation von Prof. Karsten Wolf über „Partizipative Didaktik im Zeitalter von Web 2.0 und danach„: