Technology Enhanced Learning by David Hopkins

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Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome is the “belief that you’re an inadequate and incompetent failure despite evidence that indicates you’re skilled and quite successful.” (The Muse) Nearly everyone […]

Go for a walk

Before Covid and lockdown, I’d have a 15-minute walk from the car park to the office and my desk. At the end of the day, […]

Applications

As a follow up to previous posts about recruitment and interview techniques/help, here’s something I’ve been thinking about recently … the application process. Previous posts […]

Love/Hate

Twitter. LinkedIn. Facebook. Instagram. I think I’ve gone through the whole range of grief stages in my relationships with these social media platforms over the […]

Rookie mistake

Well, it had to happen at some stage. After two years of working fully remotely or what is now being called a ‘hybrid working pattern’ […]

Like

I use the ‘like’ option on Twitter a lot (despite the icon being a heart, which I would take to actually mean I ‘love’ the […]

Two years

March 20th, 2020. Friday. A day I will never forget. On this day we did no work, but we were all in the office. A […]

The weekend

The weekend. What is the weekend, to you? Is it all about family, chores, rest, recuperation, keeping busy, sport, or hobbies? Is it time to […]

My #EdTechRations – What’s changed?

It’s been nearly five years since I wrote my piece for the compendium of leading figures of learning technology that I published under the title […]

Work boundaries

It shouldn’t be difficult to set boundaries between work and home. But it is and it’s not been helped by having them both in the […]

New Year. New You

In case you haven’t noticed, there’s been a bit of a shake-up in terms of how we live and work these past two years. PS. […]

Don’t say it

It is a time of change, uncertainty, anger, frustration, Covid, restrictions (or lockdown), fear, and sadness. It’s also a time where we learn about ourselves […]

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