Daniel Scott

A learning enthusiast. Beware of my openness!

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Posts by Daniel Scott

Blended Learning Essentials - a summary of curation

I've known about the Blended Learning Essentials course for some time, but I haven't been able to do them until now.  I heard that they […]

Digital inauthenticity - the rising epidemic

When it comes to making informed decisions you have to be proactive.  I'll briefly discuss some points you can consider when making informed decisions relating to […]

Evaluating Technology Enhanced Learning

I've been in my new job role for 5 months now and as I work with a range of universities on developing their undergraduate and postgraduate distance […]

Learning Technologies Event 2017 - findings and thoughts

On 1st and 2nd of February I visited the Learning Technologies event in London.  I've been to this a fair few times in the past and […]

MoodleMoot-ivated - post reflection

After my first experience of MoodleMoot from the 10th to 12th April here is a brief, rough and ready reflective summary of some things I found useful over […]

Resource > reader > reviewer - a TEL-ing chapter

Early foundations I first started my initial teacher training by completing the 'Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector' qualifications PTLLS (2011), CTLLS (2012) and DTLLS (2014) - now named 'Education and […]

Designing digitally-enhanced curricula

In January 2017 I was invited to guest speak (invitation only) at the next 'student experience experts group meeting on the 29 March 2017' which is organised […]

A postgraduate Technology Enhanced Learning student profile

Because I have an interesting educational story and career to tell, in November 2016 I was invited by the University of Huddersfield to record a postgraduate student profile.  […]

Conquering learning design

Setting the thinking Not long after I started my new job in January 2017, I asked out to the ALT community about designing for Higher Education (HE) […]

A journey of an educational underdog - a masters dissertation trailer

For a bit of fun and for the biggest piece of work I have ever done - my masters dissertation; 'Putting learning into learning technology: developing a pedagogical […]

Found in transition

Depar(adven)ture I have been in my new job role for about two months now.  I feel I have settled in really well and it was the best […]

New course design for reflective learning

Further from my ALT Online Winter Conference 2016 'The rounded self – exploring how digital technology can be used to help student’s present soft-skills'.  I […]

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