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Bringing Maslow screaming into the 2012s: Maslow’s Model Rewired for Social Media

Peter Allen (The Learning Wave)  shared this great article, prefaced by the comment “Came across this interesting article …  brings Maslow screaming into the 2012’s…. “. To give you a taster of the article here is a couple of paragraphs and … Continue reading

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Wins and hurdles – the ups and downs of providing professional development in eLearning

Image by London College of Fashion short courses via FlickrJacqui Kelly, Judy Schrape, & Kuki Singh highlighted a few of the most effective things that they do as part of PD at Curtin. The main PD is around a weekly … Continue reading

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Building a scaffold for future learning: Whilst the demands increase and the directions change

Image by mikecogh via FlickrGilly Salmon was the first keynote of ASCILITE 2011, and her presentation was accompanied by a visual representation of the presentation as it was underway. She started by talking about her professional ‘journey’ around the topic … Continue reading

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Is it working? CAN we move from ‘I think we know’ in education?

Image via WikipediaConor Bolton recently posted to another community of which I am a member, where he was reflecting on what he has been trialling with his students this year, and what he has observed to date. He concludes “In … Continue reading

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Fostering an online professional community: What can you do?

This is a presentation that provides some suggestions around things that you can do to help foster an online community of practice.

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Nigel Bailey speaks about Blended Learning

[blip.tv ?posts_id=5433304&dest=83164] In this video Nigel Bailey speaks about blended learning, and gives some examples of some of the issues as well as some of the positives that he is encountering while using the approach with his students. Formats available: … Continue reading

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Truly integrated learning???

Image via WikipediaWe have all heard the discussions around integrated, cross-curricular approaches and project based learning. So what does truly integrated learning look like? This video caught my attention because the school really does seem to have integrated the learning … Continue reading

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The importance of choice: Reflections on ePortfolios

[blip.tv ?posts_id=4932846&dest=-1] Although this video shows students and teachers in a tertiary environment, much of what they say is applicable to any learner, in pretty much any circumstance. The footage (taken on a mobile device) features students and teachers who … Continue reading

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What can you do? A snapshot of a programme designed in Moodle

Image via WikipediaThis is a Youtube commentary designed for students in a programme of learning. It clearly illustrates very clearly some of the main areas that could be included in such a programme. It also includes activities related to Blooms … Continue reading

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Have your say: Design to engage???

The video below is an interesting example of a presentation capture that has been shared with the public. A couple of questions that arose for me are How much did the audience actually go away with? Could there have been … Continue reading

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