Tag Archives: Nigel Bailey

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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Blended Learning reviewed in New Zealand

An article recently published in the Computers in New Zealand Schools Journal, gave the details of a study that examined a teacher’s first implementation of online learning in a Learning Management System (LMS). The programme of learning was Home Economics, … Continue reading

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Mapping the way ahead: Nigel Bailey on inspiring learners

Nigel Bailey, originally from the UK where he used to tramp the hills of Derbyshire and the Lake District, was inspired by the landscape surrounding him to study and teach geography. Still a student himself, Nigel is a strong believer … Continue reading

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