I hope it is useful.
Unfortunately, in your blog article, you do not define the term "B-learning".
Tends to happen.
Thanks Joseph, I'll review it.
It looks to me as though you did a fine job of outlining blended L&T, from where I am sitting.
bravo! I enjoyed reading your thoughts.
I appreciate your comment. It is very interesting to hear from you since about 2-3 weeks ago it happened to come to my attention a conversation in these forums where you were very active, but not only that, you did something a liked a lot, which was, after many interesting postings from many people, to take the initiative and organize the main points, summarize them, and then sending them to Martin Dougiamas. For me that was great since my concern about conversations in these forums is that some important ones might just stay kind of idle in the cloud. I don´t know how far it got what you did but it was my first time seeing that, and as I said, I liked it a lot.
This is the conversation I am talking about: Roadmap
PS: As you may have noticed in a reply I did on this conversation, I updated my post based on a comment regarding blended learning that Joseph Rezeau kindly did. Hope you can take a look; the update is at the beginning.
I re-read the blog, it is more focused actually-the nudge from Joseph proved valuable eh.
Very quietly, no capital letters-I have been known to use them in my writing of posts, but now realise this may not be conducive for all. So small-quiet print follows ;)
There were two end-docs from that exercise. I am happy to outline here what I did (tomorrow bit late now).
It has been on occasion that Martin and I bicker over professional issues....all in good spirit....but we can often see things differently...and it can often infuriate me! LOL! So, of the two docs....one was a belated birthday pressie....that way-there was no comment back-you see ha ha LOLs....anyway..I will check with Martin about putting the main doc/both here also.
thank you Jose for your very kind words.
Dawn, thanks for your quick answer. You´re right, Joseph´s comment allowed me to clarify in the post what I meant by b-learning.
Although the notion of "virtual classroom" I am arguing for may be related not only to b-learning, but also to online learning and even face-to-face learning; my main focus nowadays is b-learning and that is why I put it in this context.
Regarding "Roadmap" I hope the "main doc" you mention becomes an important contribution to Moodle.
All the best,
I updated the post based on you very short but very useful comment. Frankly, I like to see blog postings as works in progress improved based on community feedback like yours.
Here it is.
Thanks a lot again.
Ok, you meant blended learning, of course. Thanks for taking my remark into consideration.