So, what was this about? A meta course? By intention to make us as confused as possible? To make us realise the necessity of a rudimentary framework. I like the approach. Give a person a hammer and she/he will eventually start using it. Some will start building castles. Some will slam each other in the head. All will learn something; that castles cannot be build with a hammer alone and that it hearts to be hit.

I have learned two things from this exercise. I’m not the only digitally illiterate person, and there are many different digital languages out there. You don’t necessarily speak google+ just because you are fluent in Face Book.


3 thoughts on “MyReflectionsTopic1

  1. Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

    So do you feel that you have become more digital literate now when the course has being running for a while?
    A like the analogy with the hammer πŸ™‚ Do you think this can be applied for education in general? More doing the reading?




  2. Yes Marcus. I’m obviously more literate. I’m replying comments on my blog posts, don’t I πŸ™‚

    I don’t think that the “hammer” applies on education/teaching in general. There are typically a large amount of detailed instructions coming with it. A good balance between traditional teaching and exploration is necessary I guess.

    Thanks for your comments


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