Category Archives: Learning of Expertise

Revival – on a path to expertise

It’s time to revive my blog after many months of silence. I have been absorbed by my studies, and as blog postings have not been included in the tasks of the courses I’ve attended, I have been neglecting the blog … Continue reading

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Peer mentoring in higher education

During the spring semester 2015 I have taken part in a mentoring process where the 2nd year LET students have acted as mentors and we 1st year students have been the mentees. This is what is commonly called peer mentoring or … Continue reading

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Mentoring as a form of developing expertise

I remember myself years back as a young documentation project manager who had just started with the job. I had some previous knowledge about technical documentation and being a project member as I had worked as a technical writer for … Continue reading

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Teacher expertise and professional development

UBIKO As part of our LET -studies we got an opportunity to visit Oulu University Teacher Training School (“Norssi”), and discuss UBIKO -project (which stands for ubiquitous technology enhanced learning) with Heikki Konturi who is a teacher in Norssi and … Continue reading

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Looking even further back – about learning of expertise and virtual collaboration

In my last blog entry I was looking back into my first month in LET studies, and in this post I’m looking even further back in my life in trying to define my field of expertise. Definition of Expertise Experts … Continue reading

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