On connection and learning in this strange world

Today, I was invited to be on a panel for FutureLearn's Festival of Education. I sat alongside other 'How to Teach Online' course mentors in the form of some extremely wise colleagues. Diana Laurillard, Simon Rofe, Mark Brown and Matt Jenner. Imposter Syndrome hit hard and uncertain, after the event, that I'd expressed my points... Continue Reading →

The making of a MOOC

The scenario of being asked to use a virtual learning environment, a set of laptops or devices, or indeed an interactive whiteboard is likely to be a familiar one to teachers. More familiar still might be the expectation that this technology is used in your teaching and the research evidence supporting its effective use is... Continue Reading →

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