5 Online Tools for Active Learning

Active learning is an approach to teaching and learning that requires students to take an active approach to learning material by analysing the topic and […]

4 fantastic uses for Padlet in online teaching

Padlet is a great tool that allows for a number of synchronous and asynchronous online teaching opportunities, here are 4 fantastic uses for Padlet as […]

Padlet maps and timelines

Padlet has been a popular tool for staff and students at Sussex for some time, which is why we have a Padlet Backpack licence and […]

Scaffolding students with Padlet and Flipgrid

Collaboration is not just fun for students, it’s also a crucial skill they will need to be successful in life. The post Scaffolding students with […]

Class Discussions Gone Digital

A colleague recently posted the following request for help in finding an interactive way for his students to respond to literature questions via class discussions. […]

How to Start Your Flipped Classroom

Are you sold on the flipped classroom model but don’t know where to start? I’d like to help you get there. I’m very passionate about this […]

#549 Create an interactive world map with Padlet

Padlet is a firm favourite at 1minuteCPD HQ. Padlet is constantly reinventing itself and introducing new features. I discovered the Map wall the other day […]

How to use data to inform progress

Involve learners with actionable data Wondering how to use data to inform progress for users in proficiency-based education? Assessment provides The post How to use […]

Custard, empathy and the challenges of teaching: new case studies

The TEL team recently interviewed staff at the University of Sussex from Education, Economics and Law. They spoke to us about how they have been […]

3 ways to use virtual bulletin boards

Padlet, Google Keep and Corkulous — oh my! 1.Padlet Padlet’s been a go-to for a number of our educators for a while now, based on […]

Peer feedback for student learning

Professionals in all fields are constantly giving feedback to, and receiving feedback from, their peers. This blog post, for example, was reviewed by one of […]

Setting behavioral expectations in a makerspace

  2 ways to bring in transferable skills Makerspaces are amazing. They’re a big carnival of lights and sounds and glue and lasers, arduinos, controllers […]

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