Tag Archives: collaborative learning

Is blood glucose 30 really high or really low?

Did I mention my dad had a blood glucose level of 30 the other day? We were really freaked out because it was so HIGH – and the homecare nurse immediately came and administrated insulin. Since I knew high blood … Continue reading

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PhD Parenting

I started writing this post last year as I was taking the MOOC “How to survive your PhD“. I quickly got engaged in online discussions about the struggles of getting your PhD and keeping your sanity. I worked on my … Continue reading

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How I support my students and opportunities for further improvement

Today, I’m reflecting on how I support my students’ learning today and opportunities for improvement using online tools. I teach two courses at the International master program in health informatics in at KI. The student group is very heterogeneous with … Continue reading

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Extending collaborative learning using digital technologies

I’m continuing the course “Flexible, distance and online learning” (FDOL) and the past weeks we have been discussion collaborative learning and how it can be extended using digital technologies. In this blog post I will discuss some of the aspects … Continue reading

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