KerryJ's Neotenous Tech

An educational technologist's exploits and adventures in online learning, with a focus on adults in the Australian Higher Ed and VET sectors.

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Posts by KerryJ's Neotenous Tech

Problem-based vs project-based learning

Finally understand the relationship between Problem-based and Project-based learning. Problem-based learning CAN BE a TYPE of Project- based learning. Project-based learning can be prescriptive and […]

Moodle filters – auto linking course activities

Here’s a quick brain dump post on a feature of Moodle that I had overlooked. When the Auto-link activities filter is activated, you don’t have […]

Here’s why I’m advocating no choice in eportfolio platforms

At the university at which I work, some instructors feel it is too restrictive to insist students use the ePorfolio platform provided. Some instructors allow […]

Is VR leapfrogging over virtual worlds?

Years ago in Second Life, I experienced a sim that allowed you to add a small program to your avatar (HUD – heads up display) […]

Critical thinking, logical fallacies and spurious correlations

Some great resources for teaching and learning about critical thinking… Spurious correlations: What do pool drownings and Nicholas Cage movies have in common?  http://tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations Logical […]

Brain dump – free multimedia tools

Free Mindmapping tools  There are dozens of free mindmapping tools out there, here are three to start with. Mindmup Free web-based mind mapping tool that […]

Moodle groups, groupings, forums

This is a brain dump post. Groupings and news forums – to create a new news forum, duplicate an existing one. If you apply a […]

Movie Maker – good and free

It’s been a few years since I last touched Movie Maker. At the time, I felt it was clunky and I was still missing PhotoStory […]

Mediating the power dynamics of online spaces

As we mature in our use of social networking and online spaces – could it be that we’re losing touch with why we use them? […]

Articulate Storyline – a few things I want to remember

This is another brain dump post – but as I thought it could be useful to Articulate Storyline users, I’m going to make it public. […]

Is there such a thing as too little cognitive load?

 As I adjust to having changed sectors (from Vocational Education and Training to the University sector) I’ve been keeping my one mouth shut and my […]

A short paean in praise of conditional activities

A short, quick brain-dump post… Conditional activities in my LMS, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways… By using the conditional display […]

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