Moodlepreneur Monday: Diversity Is An Old Educator’s Problem (Updated)

Updated on February 4, 2020. For the old powers of education, including those in the now decades-old EdTech, a sobering aspect of learning today is […]

Moodlepreneur Monday: Diversity Is An Old Educator’s Problem

For the old powers of education, including those in the now decades-old EdTech, a sobering aspect of learning today is the endless discovery of diversity. […]

7 Digital Learning Theories and Models You Should Know

While pursuing our teaching degrees we were introduced to various learning theorists and their insights about how people learn best. Some familiar names, included Piaget, […]

the language matters of digital pedagogy and learning wheels

I’ve said it before… ……….will say it again…              …….language matters! Neil Postman – not from the prescient Amusing Ourselves […]

Engaging academics in digital discourse – Simon Thomson | Talis Insight Europe 2016

On day two of Talis Insight we heard from Simon Thomson, Head of Digital Pedagogy at Leeds Beckett University on “Engaging academics in digital discourse”, […]

Collaborative & Creative Online Learning

Recently added to the Survival Tips for Teachers! “The number one benefit of educational technology is that it empowers people to do what they want […]

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