Image: Playing cards polyhedra by fdecomite

This week we are looking at a variety of ways to provide flexibility in learning. This is a time for you to explore local and global examples and links are provided on the course wiki - Examples of Flexible Learning.
In the image you can see what can happen when you arrange the same cards differently.

There will be face-to-face and online presentations and discussion about this topic, and next week we will have an online discussion in the email group about some of the strategies. It is great to see so many people taking part in the online discussion and I have met several of you in the classroom- on-site and online. Everyone is already doing some form of flexible learning, and by working together and exchanging ideas we can all add to the mixing pot of creativity already underway.

As you will see when you explore the examples on the course website, and read the discussion posts, there is no one way to do things. It will be very interesting to hear your views in the sessions this week or in the email discussion about the examples you explore. What has struck you the most about the examples you have investigated? Are there other facets of teaching and learning you wish to share?


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