Tuesday, September 28, 2010

What brings people to PLENK2010?

And what brings teenage students to school?
Predictability, structure and feedback for example - how important is it in PLENK compared to in upper secondary school? Just thinking out loud after another workday in an upper secondary school..

4 comments:

Lejon said...

Hi Linn found your Plenk2010 blog by chance. I also signed up for the course but I have been far less active compared to you. Actually I feel somewhat confused. Perhaps I need a startup period. Besides I have difficulties finding time to join whatever I ought to join. I have been a true follower of George Siemens's elearnspace for a long time before this course and I have sort of got the habit of following some person's blogs. I even have a blog of my own which I started before this course but of course I can use it for the course. Unfortunately I started writing in Swedish because I hoped my students and colleagues would read it (of course they know English). Good luck with the course, I will follow you from time to time.

Lars-Erik

Linn said...

Hi Lars-Erik. I remember you from the network Dela. I too am a confused student in PLENK. I sometimes feel like I am inside a washing-machine or that I am in some lord-of-the-ring-sect, but I like it anyway. Good luck, I will read your blog too
Linn

suifaijohnmak said...

Hi Linn,
Thanks for your sharing.
I like your posts, and this one on the needs hierarchy. I understand that you are new to MOOC, so it could be a bit daunting at the start, and even finish. I had been with it since 2008, and so I am with you, in all those overwhelming feelings, and you aren't alone.
I am glad to be connected to you. Keep up with your nice posts and hope you'll enjoy learning together.
John

Linn said...

Hi John, thanks for your comment. I really like your xtranormal video:
http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/7506493/