ChatGPT and education

I started this post as somewhere I can curate and make notes on what I’m reading about the OpenAI chat tool, ChatGPT, and its impact […]

Microcredentials and Credit Hours

Microcredentials have been on my radar for a while, and the article ‘Rethinking Credit Hours and Degrees’ by James Thelen has brought it to the […]

The student experience

The student experience is intrinsically linked to the individual’s sense of belonging. Nowhere is this more important than for students on fully online and distance […]

Being online in a power cut

We’re facing the prospect of planned power cuts this winter, to protect the energy and power grid. This will have an obvious impact on lots […]

How Slideshows Helps Class In Virtual Learning

Many new forms of learning have emerged as a result of the ongoing technological advancements. There has been an unfortunate shift from zteaching to virtual […]

eLearning Dispatches From Ukraine

Since February 24, the world has watched the war Russia wages against Ukraine, mostly with impotence. Among the millions affected there are certainly educators and […]

10 Amazing Moodle™ Tricks And Tips By David Foord

 On this article: Welcome message Rating scale Moodle™ calendar Program spaces Filter codes Database Course images Quiz templates H5P Course completion  In this article you […]

 8 Strategies for increasing student self-efficacy in online education

Teachers want their students to be confident in their ability to reach their goals. The concept that best describes this confidence is student self-efficacy. Students […]

3 Opportunities for education during the pandemic

Almost two years ago, life took a different turn and the unexpected happened. The pandemic caused havoc and damage in every area of our lives. […]

Increase engagement in your Community with Profiles & Mentions

For anyone who has spent time in a classroom, you know how helpful it can be to lean over and… The post Increase engagement in […]

3 Before Me: A Teaching method that boosts student independence and raises team players

Most parents and educators strive to find the right balance in education between the ability to cooperate and independence. Both are essential at school and […]

Online learning tips for neurodivergent students

Online learning has become a prevalent part of the educational landscape. This has some significant benefits. It enables learning to continue when distancing is a […]

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