The SPaM framework is an adaptation of the TPACK framework with a shift from technology to modality in support of Hybrid Education.Read More SPaM – But in a good way
I recently posted a short survey on twitter asking for experiences of teaching in a ‘hyflex’ mode with students simultaneously in person and joining remotely. This is a summary of the findings.Read More Is Hyflex in flux?
This is the remote teaching guidance developed by colleagues in the Centre for Innovation in Education at the University of Liverpool, UK. I am posting it here for public access in the spirit of openness and sharing as it has been developed from guidance shared elsewhere from across the globe for which we are grateful. […]Read More Remote Teaching Guidance
Learning Technologists often have significant technological and pedagogical expertise, but to what extent does their role title affect the perception of others about what they do?Read More Do we still need Learning TECHNOLOGISTS?
I am proposing that we focus on Next Generation Digital Learning and forget about the environment element for now. That’s not to say they are not important (I will come on to them) but that we don’t necessarily need any new environments, we just need better links and connections to the ones we have.Read More An edtech future without more edtech.
My presentation for the ICT in Education, Leeds conference exploring a conversational framework for e-learning.Read More ICT Education Presentation
For me a picture really does speak a thousand words. For anyone who has visited my “Doodles” page you will have seen that I make use of images very often as a way of consolidating my thoughts and capturing key points of interest (especially at conferences and events). It’s not just photos and scribbles which […]Read More What’s in a picture?
Following on from this blog post: /www.flippedacademic.co.uk/ippedacademic.co.uk/2014/03/what-is-blended-learning-some-help.html I would like to thank those who commented or contacted me. One thing that seemed to be a big hit was the graphic of the model, so here it is in a more polished looking format (personally I like the scribbled version, but apparently it doesn’t look so […]Read More What is blended learning? – An update.
What does “blended learning” mean ? Over the past few months colleagues and I have been increasingly looking towards formally structuring online and distance learning through the development of instructional design models and frameworks for the development of those learning experiences. Whilst my role as Head of E-Learning touches on many aspects of distance learning […]Read More What is blended learning? Some help please in getting to a practicaldefinition.
So, you’re getting Google Apps for your school/college/business! (or maybe just thinking about it). Either way it’s going to be a great ride. Of course you already know about why you have chosen Google Apps – If not, you can start here: http://www.google.co.uk/enterprise/apps/education/benefits.html But…………there is more to Google than just their apps. It opens up […]Read More There’s more to “Going Google” than just the Google Apps.