Adult Learning – Memory Game with H5P

Recently, I’ve been posting a few images on issues and points surrounding adult learners. Being a strong advocate for H5P, I’ve taken these images and added… […]

Discovering Educational Technology for Adult Learners now on goodreads.com

My book on Discovering Educational Technology for Adult Learners has made it’s way on to Good Reads. Why not check it out and leave a… […]

Dr. Carrie Rose: How to Maximize Completion & Engagement Rates in Your Online Courses

Thinkific Content Manager Tyler Basu interviews online education expert Dr. Carrie Rose on how to increase student engagement and completion rates in online courses. About […]

What Slack Can Teach Us About Class Collaboration

Has your workplace transitioned to Slack yet? The team communication tool is white-hot in the work world. It’s a little like e-mail. It’s a little […]

The Future of Learning

What’s so great about sci-fi and fantasy? These genres allow us to explore complicated ideas in an intriguing way, and both students and adults love […]

Quiz or Lecture to Engage Learners? Definitely Quiz

If courses aren’t engaging the interest of students will wane. It can be frustrating how to balance this with learning. It seems we need to […]

How to improve student engagement in Moodle course by using a real time interactive quiz #Moodletips

Improving student engagement in online courses is always a big challenge for teachers and Moodle teachers also strive to improve the engagement in their online […]

20-Minute Mentor Commons: What Three Things Should I Do Each Week to Engage Online Students? [VIDEO]

Research clearly highlights the importance of individual, customized feedback in the promotion of student learning and student satisfaction. This month's featured video from the 20-Minute […]

#Digifest17 Part 1: Humans vs Machines

On 14th and 15th March I attended Jisc’s annual Digifest event, held at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham. After a conference, I always feel […]

How do you ditch “safe teaching” when prepping for THE test?

In a recent blog post, I suggested that what we consider “safe teaching” might be risky teaching after all. In this post, I talked about […]

Teach students to "Take Over the World"

It all started as a bit of a classroom joke. As most days, students entered and at least one asked "So, what are we doing […]

Three ways to display student work

We all know the importance of displaying student work. Displaying student work send the message that the teachers and community values the work they do. […]

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