KateSoperThoughts

Reflections on technology enhanced learning from the perspective of a educational technologist.

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Posts by KateSoperThoughts

A magic minute? Reflections on a year of 1minuteCPD

2016, for me and a handful of colleagues, has been a year of micro-learning. At the end of 2015, myself and Cath Wasiuk were considering […]

#LTHEChat 58: Distance Learning with Simon Horrocks (@horrocks_simon)

This week’s #LTHEChat will be exploring Distance Learning with our guest, Simon Horrocks. Twitter is an interesting sphere to explore this in, being a (relatively) […]

#LTHEChat 57: Open CPD with Chris Rowell @chri5rowell

This week I am facilitating the #LTHEchat with Chris Rowell. On Wednesday between 8-9pm we will be discussing Open CPD. This is a topic I […]

#LTHEChat 56: Innovative Pedagogy in Higher Education, with Prof. Ale Armellini (@alejandroa)

This week’s #LTHEchat is focusing on innovative pedagogy in higher education. A challenging topic and one that encourages us to think more deeply about our […]

#LTHEChat 55 : Bilingual German/English May 18th – Opening-up HE for non-traditional students, Martina Emke

This week’s #LTHEChat will be a bilingual exploration (German and English) of opening up HE to non-traditional students. I strongly recommend having a read of […]

Why hasn’t technology revolutionised teaching in Higher Education?

I’m currently working towards an MA in Academic Practice – it’s been quite interesting so far and is focusing on research methods (however it is […]

What does your Moodle area say about you?

Embed from Getty Images It is important to consider that VLEs, like Moodle,  are not a neutral environment. Research by Rubin et al (2010), and […]

What do we mean by “engagement”?

Embed from Getty Images I’m currently studying for am MA in Academic Practice as part of my CPD. At the moment I’m working on Research […]

How the TEF do you measure good teaching?

Photo: Teacher’s Desk by Todd Petrie shared by CC licence This week I attended an in-house teaching and learning conference. The theme of the day […]

The importance of being e-Pedagogical: Reflections on the OECD report on Students, Computers and Learning

Paintbrush by Kristy Johnson via a CC licence The recently released OECD report  Students, Computers and and Learning: Making the connection, seems to have been […]

Let’s get physical! Ways to introduce active learning into your lectures

Image: Trainers drying in the sun by Richard Beatson shared via a CC licence What is Active Learning? Active learning is about engaging students in […]

Challenging conceptions: Can we change how we think about teaching and learning?

Recent Ancient Learning by Stian Rødven Eide shared via CC licence Challenging Conceptions As part of my MA I have been reading a fair amount […]

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