How to avoid procrastination in flexible course designs
What is it about?
This is about exploring time perspectives on ICT-enabled teaching and learning. In this small pilot project study so called "agile frameworks" were applied on a time-blended flexible course. For explanation of "time-blended" (synchronous/asynchronous instead of campus/distance or technical/non-technical) see my paper "A time based blended learning model"
Why is it important?
It gives a clue that time perspectives are more important than we often think (when we prioritise place- och technical perspectives). If the place was flexible, it was not so crucial that times were flexible, it they just were a little flexible. Doing things simultaneously in a group of students, although apart, pro9vided some interesting ideas as well.
The following have contributed to this page: Dr Anders Norberg