This post is a submission to the OpenBlog challenge #OpenBlog19. As people who work in the business of supporting educational technology you’d be surprised (and probably a bit disappointed) if we said no EdTech is not still relevant, it’s not. But it’s a question that’s fairly regularly asked. It normally starts along the lines of […]Read More Is EdTech Still Relevant?
Back in my Year 10 Design Technology lessons I remember our teacher cheerily telling us about “jigs”, a tool you make to keep re-using and it creates perfect re-creations of your work. Well, the perfect was a bit far stretched with my level of craftsmanship, but it did the trick for my potpourri wall mount […]Read More Surprising learning!
Online learning often hinges around good student conversation to build rapport, but importantly, easy flowing conversation for students to be able to construct learning together. The sharing of thoughts, references and ideas for the group to talk and critique on allows students to all form a higher understanding of their content. With online however, there’s […]Read More Q&A Forums and learning online
Where have I been for 9 months? New baby? Commercially, yes. For the last few months since leaving WMG I’ve been leading an aboslutley brilliant and dedicated team to deliver a whole new breed of online learning. 2 weeks ago, as Senior Instructional Designer and manager of the Exeter University & Keypath UK partnership, my […]Read More Breaking ground for global online learners
2 minutes of musingRead More The planning platform means more than we think (online learning)