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I’m not a great coward, I think – but to jump into water from a certain height is scary for me. So when my son was about 10 years old it took all my courage and a lot of persuasion from his side to made me jump from one meter!

But a week ago I jumped from the three meter tower – something I never intended or thought about to do. Read the rest of this entry »

The first half of 2018 was influenced by my lecture of Schön’s Reflective Practitioner. I read two of his books (see below), wrote two blogposts (see below) and gave a workshop, where we discussed the meaning of refection in action in detail.

Impression of the workshop (10.7.2018)

I realised that Schön describes perfectly how I work because I’m a reflective practitioner. It was more difficult for me to to understand the “reflection-in-action” process in detail. Read the rest of this entry »

In the Content Strategy program my students create a portfolio, write approximately once a month a post and share it openly in the web. Provoked by discussions with my students, especially with the COS17 students, I want to make my intentions why reflect openly clearer. Read the rest of this entry »

In the weeks after my last post I continued reading Schön’s books „Reflective Practitioner“ (1) and “Educating the Reflective Practitioner” (2). This week we will discuss his ideas in the ZML Journal Club and I want to get a better understanding of what I have read.
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Reading Schön’s book “Reflective Practitioner” is a great pleasure for me. In this post I will focus on the preface and Part I: Professional Knowledge and Reflection-in-Action (p. 3-69) Read the rest of this entry »

In week 2 in the Learning with MOOCs for professional development MOOC we were asked to assess a MOOC to know if this MOOC is right for me. As I’m facilitator of week 1 in the AtLETyC MOOC I decided to choose this MOOC for the task. (I built this MOOC in collaboration with the project team as well)

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This week is a rather hard one for myself. The semester has started now, face-to-face and virtual student groups on slack, twitter, moodle, canvas, zoom, hangout and in the classroom (!) are fighting for my attention. I’m preparing a presentation which I have to deliver in about 5 hours … and I’m learning in two MOOCs. So – what better to do than to carry out an activity in the bizmooc Learning with MOOCs for professional development.

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