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This week you are exploring the meaning of Flexible Learning, and doing this mainly in your specific professional context - what it means to you and your students. If adding images or video to your blog posts, it is a good idea to search for Creative Commons or Public Domain material using the Creative Commons search facility at: http://search.creativecommons.org/ . Don't forget to add the website as a caption beneath the item - follow my lead. This is called giving attribution to the author's work. To read more about this, go to the Creative Commons website at: http://www.creativecommons.org.nz/

The following information is from the wiki topic for this week - What is Flexible Learning?

Activity Two: Find yourself a buddy in the class, and discuss the following questions:
  • What does the term Flexible Learning mean to you?
  • Why is it necessary to use a more flexible approach in your work?
  • What do you need to explore to help this happen?
  • What goals do you have for using Flexible Learning in your work?
  • Post responses to your blog.
  • Look for the five dimensions of flexibility, and the seven-stage continuum of flexibility.
  • The Appendix (pages 34 - 135) contains templates which you may wish to use.
  • Chapter One: Collis, B. & Moonen, J. (2001). Flexible learning in a digital world. Open and Distance Series. London: Kogan page Ltd. Hard copy or Google book.


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