Tag Archives: ICTELT

The conversation prism: Visual way of representing the networking realm

Sometimes, once you have worked through your design stages (and this could be for a whole programme or for an activity), you may then be left wondering what tool would be suit your needs, given the approaches and interactions you … Continue reading

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An e-learning philosophy. Nigel Bailey. (Guest Blogger for July 2011)

An e-learning philosophy. e-learning ICT in the classroom, for me, is now an integral part of what I do; teaching with it, learning with it and also using it for administrative purposes. But it was not always this way. In … 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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Some strategies for evaluating teaching practice and student learning outcomes

When asked if ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching (ICTELT) enhances a student’s learning experience, the answer would probably be, from many teachers, a reasonably confident ‘yes’. However, if asked if ICTELT enhances student learning outcomes, a lot of teachers would … Continue reading

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An uneasy dichotomy? How are ePortfolios being used in education?

Image by hazelowendmc via FlickrTrent Batson, executive director of The Association for Authentic, Experiential and Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL), provides an initial summary on the current status of global portfolios in his article: “Review of Portfolios in Higher Education: A Flowering … Continue reading

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Which is better – Ning or Moodle?

Image via WikipediaA member of the Ethos Community space, Janey Nolan, sent me a wee message the other day asking the question: “What do think is better Ning or Moodle?”. This really got me thinking and I thought it would … Continue reading

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Vocational education and training: Can ICT enhanced learning and teaching help?

The Vocation Education and Training (VET) Sector, for those who are not sure, “prepares trainees for jobs that are based on manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic, and totally related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation“. In New Zealand … Continue reading

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