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How do I measure the effects of shifts in my professional practice?

This presentation looks at how self-reflection is positioned in relation to evaluation, feedback, assessment and research (and also looks at possible definitions and purposes). Links to a video and a Prezi around reflective practice as a personal and school-wide activity … Continue reading

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On choosing to teach: a professor reflects (Part 3) – INVITED BLOGGER OF THE MONTH (September 2010)

This is the third, and final part of a three-part recollection and reflection: “On choosing to teach: a professor reflects”, by Peter Mellalieu. To read part one, please click this link, and part two, please click here. INTRODUCTION In the … Continue reading

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On choosing to teach: a professor reflects (Part 1) – INVITED BLOGGER OF THE MONTH (September 2010)

This is the second part of a three-part recollection and reflection: “On choosing to teach: a professor reflects”, by Peter Mellalieu. To read part one, please click this link. INTRODUCTION In the first part of this series I outlined the … Continue reading

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E-pilot – Enhancing students’ literacy with ICT

Image by Getty Images via @daylifeThis Voicethread provides an overview of an e-Pilot  project with eight primary and secondary teachers that focussed on how digital content might assist in meeting the diverse literacy needs of their students. The Voicethread gives … Continue reading

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ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching: The ICTELT mindmap discussed

Experiences around piloting the ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching model and framework revealed that practitioners were often at a loss as to what a design might ‘look’ like, and discussions tended to be esoteric and scattered. It was suggested therefore … Continue reading

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How do I set about designing a course in my Learning Management System?

I have been working on a process model and framework, adapted from earlier examples, developed to help answer the question “Where do I start?” for teachers who are unfamiliar with adapting education resources to make effective use of ICT Enhanced … Continue reading

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INVITED BLOGGER OF THE MONTH (September 2010): On choosing to teach: a professor reflects (Part 1)

  In mid-1987 I received a telephone call from a university in New Zealand inviting me to take up a teaching position. I was working out the end of my employment with a high-tech systems company in Belgium. The call … Continue reading

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