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 […]

Create Your Own STAR WARS Animations using Google Slides

This post was originally created and posted on the website TeacherCast Educational Network. The only place to read this as the original content is https://www.TeacherCast.net. […]

Day 30: Showcase your #EdTech journey

The last day of the #JuneEdTechChallenge and a chance for us all to be a bit proud and put ourselves on a pedestal and shout […]

Safeguarding and scaling large university Moodle environments

Case studies from Moodle Certified Premium Partner Catalyst IT Offering fully managed e-learning solutions for higher education institutions and businesses, Moodle Certified Premium Partner Catalyst […]

Change takes time

This week the UK has relaxed the lockdown restrictions, meaning we can hug family members and go to the pub. Actually in the pub. Should […]

A New Way To Record Lessons For Your Students: What Is Panopto

On this guide: Making sense of Panopto How it works Panopto’s business model Why use Panopto (or a competitor) Getting started with Panopto Is Panopto […]

Higher Assessment

I find it strange when a blogger doesn’t approve my comment. I consider comments the life blood of my own blog, and whether they be […]

Post-Covid Benefits of Taking a Gap Year

Originally published May 2009. After dealing with Covid-19 challenges this past year, should teens take a gap year to recover losses? The pandemic has been […]

Harvard School Of Education Jumps On ‘Hot’ Learning Design Trend With Revamped Curriculum

The redesign of the iconic Ivy league university’s education curriculum, underway in the middle of a global switch to tech-based remote learning schemes, only gives […]

52 things I learned in 2020

Inspired by Tom Whitwell’s annual collection of things learned, here are my ’52 things I learned in 2020′. The list is usually presented under the […]

Academic deflation

I once had a conversation with a man who scared me. It was over 20 years ago, and I remember him being quite a lovely […]

Slashed: Replacing Economic, Social Leadership Role Of Educational Institutions

As peculiar as the current crisis is, roads to recovery follow a historical beat. Universities and other society’s thought centers move first. First, they gather […]

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