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 →

AfL in STEM Teaching MOOC Week 3

After the #ukfechat discussion with Dan Williams @FurtherEdagogy on being more evidence informed in relation to practice, I felt inspired to include more of this in my work with teachers in our AfL MOOC Groups at The Sheffield College. The Storify of this chat can be found by clicking here. Although the staff are participating... Continue Reading →

#LTTO- Assignment 1: Selecting Technology

Learning Outcomes By completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your achievement of the following learning outcomes: Describe and understand the importance and use of a range of online technologies in learning, teaching, and course design in contemporary education Develop an evidence-supported argument for selecting particular technologies to support an online component of your own course.... Continue Reading →

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