Erfaringer med online undervisning - ikke en "best practice"

Ditte Kolbæk, Anne-Mette Nortvig

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Resumé

Abstract. Problem- and Project-Based Learning (PBL) is a widely used pedagogical method in higher education. Although PBL encourages self-directed learning and works with the students’ own projects and problems, it also includes teacher presentations, discussions and group reflections, both on-campus and online. Therefore, the teacher’s plans might be relevant to the students’ projects, but that is not always the case. This study investigates how master’s students interact with an online Problem-Based Learning design and examines how technology influences these interactions. The empirical data stem from lessons at an online master’s course, and they were collected and analyzed using a netnographic approach. The study finds that concepts like self-directed learning and active involvement of everyone can have very different meanings from the teachers’ and the students’ points of view. If the students do not see the relevance immediately, they often leave the online sessions. Hence the title: This study describes an experience and provides a point of departure for further discussion, but it is not an example of best practices for online PBL.
Bidragets oversatte titelErfaringer med online undervisning - ikke en "best practice"
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelWorld Conference on Computers in Education 2017 : Book of Abstracts. In World Conference on Computers in Education 2017 - Conference Programme: Tomorrow’s learning: involving everyone. (pp. 31-168)
RedaktørerDon Passey, Nocholas Mavengere
Antal sider1
Udgivelses stedDublin
Publikationsdato1 jul. 2017
Sider26
StatusUdgivet - 1 jul. 2017
BegivenhedWorld Conference on Computers in Education - Dublin Castle, Dublin, Irland
Varighed: 2 jul. 20176 jul. 2017
http://wcce2017.com/
http://www.globaleventslist.elsevier.com/events/2017/07/world-conference-on-computers-in-education-2017-fba6734d/

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KonferenceWorld Conference on Computers in Education
LokationDublin Castle
LandIrland
ByDublin
Periode02/07/201706/07/2017
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Bibliografisk note

BFI nummer 5000157

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Kolbæk, D., & Nortvig, A-M. (2017). An educational experience with online teaching – not a best practice. I D. Passey, & N. Mavengere (red.), World Conference on Computers in Education 2017 : Book of Abstracts. In World Conference on Computers in Education 2017 - Conference Programme: Tomorrow’s learning: involving everyone. (pp. 31-168) (s. 26). Dublin.
Kolbæk, Ditte ; Nortvig, Anne-Mette. / An educational experience with online teaching – not a best practice. World Conference on Computers in Education 2017 : Book of Abstracts. In World Conference on Computers in Education 2017 - Conference Programme: Tomorrow’s learning: involving everyone. (pp. 31-168). red. / Don Passey ; Nocholas Mavengere. Dublin, 2017. s. 26
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