Many of our conversations around eLearning in Ontario involve the idea of online course “content”. As schools make plans for online learning next year, teachers want to know, “Is there a course?”.
Years ago, when I was teaching full time online, my principal often said, “We are not in the business of content delivery, we are in the business of learning!”.
In one conversation about content this year, a teacher said to me, “Well, wouldn’t you just have the students build their own content?”.
This article in my zite feed caught my attention this morning:
As we think about how our students learn, how does it impact our thinking about what online learning should look like?