Daniel Scott

Learning Technologist | Digital Practice Adviser, NTU | EQA, Ascentis | Consultant | Writer | Author | MSc(EdTech)

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Posts by Daniel Scott

Creating and improving asynchronous learning opportunities

On December 13 2021, I delivered a short session to my paramedic colleagues on how they can go about creating or improving asynchronous learning.  The […]

Roots and beyond

This blog post follows on from my thoughts I shared in the last section of 'Lessons and meaning', in my previous blog post ‘Love, lessons […]

Love, lessons and meaning from Agatha

Sadly on 23 September 2021 we lost suddenly lost our little girl, Agatha.  Our first cat in our little family. By way of processing my […]

Pragmatism, criticality and d**ks

This is not a particularly cohesive blog post, but I feel the need to express my feelings and thoughts on the topics of; being simplistic […]

Early-career learning technologists group

Passionate origins My passion for supporting and developing early-career learning technologists stems back from my own first learning technologist role.  However, between July 2014 and […]

How to create an authentic blog

8 years to the day I created this blog and began open journaling and reflecting.  Now seems right to share a bit about my approach. […]

Blending introversion with asynchronous working

Expanding a little bit on a Tweet I made recently that appeared to be popular on Twitter and LinkedIn: "A change I hope remains is […]

Pathway Leaders: Daniel Scott - Learning Technologist

Invited by Clare Chambers from FE Matters, on 23 July 2021 we both had an informal chat about the role and career pathways of a […]

Certified DigiLearn Sector Community Membership

I have been a member of the DigiLearn Sector Community since early 2019 and soon after identified as a Key Contributor.  During April-May 2021 I took […]

Talking about vulnerabilities

Sharing my work and life openly and often in a vulnerable form is not unusual here.  I talk openly about my introversion, imposter syndrome, support […]

Becoming digitally capable in a time of forced change

On 28 April 2021, I delivered a 5-minute online presentation for the East Midlands Association of Learning Technology (ALT) group.  The call asked for short […]

Principles and practices of assessment

It's publicly known that I'm a big fan of Ann Gravell's work and having previously contributed to Chapter 8 'Technology enhanced teaching and learning' of her […]

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