Why ‘beauty is only skin deep’ is relevant to eLearning

How do you know if your eLearning module is a good one? Our aim as eLearning development professionals is to have you say “After people […]

Electronic submission and feedback at Sussex – the story so far

This summer will see the graduation of the first student cohort to have experienced electronic submission and feedback throughout their time studying at Sussex. To mark […]

How to Create Effective Test Questions

Since online learning often separates teachers from learners across time and distance, we rely on evaluations – in the form of tests, quizzes and assessments […]

Tips for Effective Questions in eLearning

We’ve all participated in eLearning modules that have had a quiz as part of their end of section assessment. Now depending on that experience you […]

Whooo’s Reading

https://www.whooosreading.org/ Join more than 40,000 teachers in 10,000 schools nationwide who use Whooo’s Reading to ask their students great questions. Sign up for free.Filed under: […]

Key issues in teaching and learning 2017 [Educause Learning Initiative]

  Key issues in teaching and learning 2017 — from Educause Learning Initiative (ELI) Excerpt: Since 2011, ELI has surveyed the higher education teaching and […]

Why Every Teacher Should Go See “Hidden Figures”

Last month I saw the movie “Hidden Figures” and I was so incredibly inspired. I am a former English teacher, so my love is words […]

Formative Assessment Made Easy

Do you know where your students are? As you walk around the room today, can you state with some which students are ready to move […]

Evidence Based Rubrics using Google Forms

It all started a few weeks back. My students were putting final touches on one of their projects, and as is usual in my classroom, […]

12 TEMPLATES WE CAN, AND SHOULD, USE WHILE DESIGNING E-LEARNING

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does learning design + TEL = the future?

Language matters. Whether its training or lecture capture instead of teaching or recording resources, the words we use and the ways we interpret them are full of […]

What educators can learn about effective teaching from a Harvard prof [November]

What educators can learn about effective teaching from a Harvard prof — from ecampusnews.com by Alan November Excerpt: Harvard professor David Malan has managed to […]

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