- Upskilling or changing awareness – transactional vs transformational coaching
- Coaching and mentoring: Safe, confidential, and non – judgemental
- Coaching and mentoring for all generations
- Visualising coaching…
- Some of the ‘soft factors’ that influence students’ initial experience of distance online learning
Tag Archives: social media
Bullying on IRFE in March 5, 2007, the first class day. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) As you’re sure to be aware from the media Cyberbullying (and bullying in face-to-face environments) is experienced with all age groups, and in a wide range … Continue reading →
The iPad on a table in the Apple case (Photo credit: Wikipedia)I have just finished reading a post (and comments) that was recommended by Greg Carroll, and found it a thought-provoking read: Amidst a Mobile Revolution in Schools, Will Old … Continue reading →
Karen Melhuish made the following post, with the following request to share your wisdome and your experiences: “You may have seen a number of online workshops – (sometimes called web conferences or webinars) – offered by Enabling e-Learning, VPL-D and other groups over … Continue reading →
Rachel Roberts whet my interest when she shared the diagram below, along with the following comment “This resource was created to provide professional readings and practical ideas for eTeachers”. I followed the link to where the diagram is hosted in Flickr, and … Continue reading →
John Owen shared the following blog post by Brian Hopkins, 2012 Predictions – Technology Will Shape Who We Are As People And Businesse with the comment “this might be interesting”. Brian refers to the notion that we are now using technology ubiquitously and this … Continue reading →
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 →
This is a presentation that provides some suggestions around things that you can do to help foster an online community of practice.
A humorous overview of social media from Column Five Media (@columnfive).
The proof of the pudding: Students using social media in class improve contributions, comprehension and literacy
Image source by Nomad Saleh Often the question arises – should mobile devices be banned from classrooms? I guess for many teachers it it the proof of the pudding that answers that question – much better than someone ‘telling’ them … Continue reading →