The 21st Century Learner: Blended Learning tools and the use of social networks

On 26th March, Dr Bex Lewis will be running a Collaborative Enhancement and Teaching (CET) Lunch, 12.30 – 2pm The topic will be ’The 21st Century Learner’, with discussions on blended learning tools and the use of social networks. CET lunches are an informal space to discuss and share learning and teaching experiences/practice across the […]

BETT 2010

They said the snow didn’t stop the flow… well, it stopped me getting there, so was interested to see an overview of what was actually there. Does look like it could be worthwhile!

3 Ways Educators are Embracing Social Technology

“The modern American school faces rough challenges. Budget cuts have caused ballooning class sizes,  many teachers struggle with poorly motivated students, and in many schools a war is being waged on distracting technologies. In response, innovative educators are embracing social media to fight back against the onslaught of problems. Technologies such as Twitter and Skype […]

Ascilite 2009: Same Places, Different Spaces

Following #ascilite2009 on Twitter, which is currently ongoing in Auckland, New Zealand. What makes for effective blended learning? How are mobile devices are being incorporated into the learning environment? What Web 2.0 technologies are the teachers and students using and for what? What are industries, trades, businesses and professionals using for e-learning for FE and […]

Engaged Learning Using Web 2.0 Technologies… including Google Wave

Engaged Learning Using Web 2.0 Technologies View more documents from Nanette Stillwell. Having signed up for a Google Wave account, like many others, I’m not that clear on what to do with it. The blog ‘Don’t waste your time‘ has given some great ideas, and I think this presentation adds another layer of understanding (alongside […]