Category Archives: Pedagogy

The Twitter Personal Learning Network and Biodiversity #edtech #pln

It has taken what seems like an awfully long time, and one major extended break, but I finally feel that I have a good grasp of using twitter for a … Continue reading

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Interactive Bloom’s Taxonomy with Activities #edtech #edchat

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Are gimmicks OK if they work? #edtech

In the UK there has been quite a lot of publicity and investigation of Aurasma, one of the first easily accessible ‘augmented reality’ apps, in FE and HE. Thankfully earlier … Continue reading

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Levels of Online User Experience #edtech

This model from Guerra and Heffeman is a possible starting point to use when evaluating your own or other’s online courses I found a version of this chart on a blog belonging … Continue reading

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A Teacher’s Overview of Social Media #edtech

Infographic showing how to use the most popular social media platforms inside and outside your classroom Take advantage of the mobile integration that social media offers to add anytime, anywhere collaboration … Continue reading

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Interactive Multiple Choice Gamble Game #edtech #edchat

Use multiple choice questions from any PDF, webpage, Powerpoint or text file to instantly make an exciting, competitive game to promote discussion and encourage reflection on meta-knowledge.  Works really well on a … Continue reading

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eLearning Framework for Strategy or Staff Development #edtech

Ineractive eLearning Framework referencing use of VLE (Moodle) and interactive white boards (IWBs) with Bloom’s and other taxonomies

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Does easier eLearning authoring increase quality? #elearning

Does eLearning Improve as More People are Able to Create it? I don’t think it necessarily does. The profusion of content and authoring systems do mean that it is easier … Continue reading

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But is it eLearning? #elearning #edtech

Do content and self-marking quizzes make a real “eLearning” experience? SCORM activities and multiple choice quizzes are still the main “interactive” mode of delivery in FE.  However, there are justified … Continue reading

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The “Fast Moving” Field of eLearning #edtech

Is mobile learning, social networking and Web 2.0 driving mainstream eLearning? That title is actually ironic.  Working in part of an industry that would seem to be driven by technology … Continue reading

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