sexta-feira, 26 de março de 2010
The annotated bibliography is clear and concise. The colleague have a good capacity of syntheses. I think this articles are very useful and a good introduction to a study of Cooperative Freedom in learning. The annotated bibliography it is easy to read and undertand, and is well illustred too.
In firt article Morten Flate Paulse presents the "Theory of autonomy and independence" to support distance education. The article talk about the "Hexagon of Cooperative Freedom."
In the second there is a development of ideas presented in the firts article. This article talk about the flexibility and affinity to a learning community.
The third article show the learning philosophy at NKI (Norwegian Knowledge Institute) Distance Education, in a non-governmental educational institution based in Norway, that works in both traditional distance education and large-scale integration of technology into distance education.
The fourth article talk about the potencial of social networking within cooperative online education. Discusses the development of virtual learning enverionments that allow students had individual freedom within online learning communities, in social networking. The used approach is transparency between students. This socialization between students promotes cooperative learning.
In my opinion Ana had a good work. It`s a good publicity video to encouraging the people to became a distant students. I think she has achieved it`s objectives. The video makes the approach to important aspect of Cooperative Freedom like time, place, pace, medium, access and content and show to the way how the students can have that. It´s simple but appealing. I only put another coler in the firt imagens to draw attention to the questions.
Very good work
terça-feira, 23 de março de 2010
In this article Professor Morten Flate Paulsen presents the Theory of Cooperative Freedom as a theory of autonomy and independence, a theory to support distance education . The author defends that students should decide the level of autonomy they want for their education progrees. This theory is centered on the tension between individual independence and collective cooperation within the dimensions of time, space, pace, medium, access, and content within distance education contexts. The Theory of Cooperative Freedom defends that online education can foster both freedom for the individual and group cooperation.