Tag Archives: Virtual Professional Development

Opportunity: Video conferencing with Social Studies Students in Calgary, Canada

Image source If you feel your learners would like the opportunity of making connections and working with social studies students in Canada (14–17 years of age), this could be what you have been looking for!! Art Koop has sent out … 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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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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Kura Kaupapa Māori using LAMS to help motivate and engage students

Robin Ohia (image provided by Robin) Robin Ohia is one of the energetic, creative educators with whom I have been working for the last eight months as part of the Virtual Professional Development (VPD) project. To provide a little bit … Continue reading

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