Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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The route less travelled

I take the same route to work everyday. Let that sink in. Everyday. Except when there are diversions or blocakages. Everyday. There’s a reason for […]

Leading from the back

As I was reading this HBR article about the ‘modern’ interpretation of being a leader – ‘The leader as coach‘ – when I saw that […]

Purpose and Integration

I was asked recently about my thoughts on the development and advancement of technology in teaching and learning, and what are the most (!) significant […]

When open plan offices don’t work. And times when they do

Most, if not all of you reading this will be working in an office you share with other people. Some of you will lucky enough […]

Influence and Inspiration

“The person who influences you the most is not the person you believe in, it’s the person who believes in you.”David Geurin This is so […]

Perspectives

Perspective is a wonderful thing. It depends which side of a question you’re on as to what kind of question you’re being asked. Remember the […]

I’m being watched

Smartwatches have come a long way in the last few years, to the point I’ve succumbed to the pressure (!) and got myself one. I […]

Labels

Are we through with the baby Boomer, Generation X, Generation Y, Generation Z or Millennials labelling yet? Can we just talk about students or people? […]

Instructions

After reading this from Andrew Jacobs, Joining Instructions, I felt obliged to comment/reply: “You WILL be at THIS place at THIS time for THIS duration […]

Spam email

Have you ever wanted to click ‘reply’ to the spam email, just to see what happens? This guy did, James Veitch, and gave a TED […]

Why I moved my #CMALT portfolio

Last week I completed a pet project I’d had in mind for a while now. I moved (copied, pasted, checked, published) my CMALT portfolio from […]

Top tips for learning

Every year for, well quite a number of them now, I’ve submitted my ‘top 10 tools for learning’ that Jane Hart / @C4LPT runs. I’ve […]

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