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Maha Bali’s blog about education

May 17, 2014
by Maha Bali
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The many faces of collaboration, and the “process” curriculum

This post is inspired by a Tuesday in which I witnessed several different faces of collaborative learning, and a post by Barry Dyck about how giving students choice in learning affects the learning/teaching experience… And what this all means for … Continue reading

May 13, 2014
by Maha Bali
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CC-BY-NC – why I am pro “non-commercial Creative Commons licensing”

We recently had our open access event at the American University in Cairo, followed by a visit by Melanie Dulong from CNRS, who spoke about open data. In an informal discussion afterwards, we discussed the problems with a CC-BY-NC license. … Continue reading

May 4, 2014
by Maha Bali
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Alternatives to the product/outcomes approach to curriculum

Alternative is one of my favorite words 🙂 I don’t like to be stuck with any one way of doing things, and I am always seeking alternatives and ways of mixing them up to create something new that fits my … Continue reading

May 3, 2014
by Maha Bali
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Curriculum theory, outcomes/objectives, and throwing the pasta out with the pasta water

This post is long overdue, but I keep hesitating to write it because it’s something I wrote an entire chapter about for my PhD thesis, and I am not sure a blogpost would do it justice. It’s something I can … Continue reading

April 30, 2014
by Maha Bali
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How I feel about different channels of e-communication

I have to say that my preferences in terms of communication media change very fast. When I first started MOOCing (latecomer in 2013) I was not a tweeter or blogger, and discussion forums worked for me just fine. I had … Continue reading

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