I have participated in two episodes of eDU-podden where i talked about game-based learning and playfulness.
A review of Spillpedagogikk: a book about the use of video games in teaching (in Norwegian)
After a year of maternity leave I am back on this blog (but don't expect any consistency in publishing frequency) and I'll start with a summary about the ECGBL20 conference.
A subjective and non-exhaustive summary of the first QUINT conference 'Analysing Teaching Quality: Perspectives, Principles, and Pitfalls’ (Oslo, 18-20 June).
Some thoughts about play and games after a week of conference in Trondheim.
This is an extract from a presentation held at the University of Skövde entitled 'The playful frame – gamification in the foreign language class'. In this extract I discuss gamification as a word and as a field of research.
Read about my PhD thesis in Communicare 2018.
Some reflections about the ONL181 journey.
How can you create learner activity online? Can online learning be interactive and collaborative?
Is it really possible to collaborate online in a limited time frame? Are deadlines killing collaboration? Do you need to be process-oriented to achieve real collaboration?