I may be on sick leave at the moment but I cannot stay on a duck within this blog for another day. So here goes…
Perhaps I’m too ambitious. I want to get everyone in my school (Cardiff School of Nursing and Midwifery Studies) networked learning. I am often pondering new ways of bringing the unwilling to the table. I’m not talking about the ‘digital natives’ (oh how I dislike the term, but you know what I mean). There are plenty of students for whom meaningful use of ICT in University is very limited and asking them to do more results in the familiar ‘rabbit in the headlights’ look.
So here’s a thing: what does networked learning activity look like?
It’s a bit easier because we’re not talking about what happens inside people’s heads. To be networked learning, it must include something that happens viz someone or something outside of the individual. If you would like to suggest something or comment, I’ve posited this question over on my networkedlearning.blogspot.com but I really dont mind where you end up. Thanks for reading – er… yes that ‘counts’… 😉