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Winter Collaborative Learning Event: Accelerating & Sustaining Quality Improvement

NIHR CLAHRC NWL invites you to register for our CLAHRC Winter Collaborative Learning Event

2nd Feb 2017 | 8:30 – 16:30 | Congress Centre | 28 Great Russell St | London WC1B 3LS… 88 more words


PeerWise - a unique way to foster deep learning and motivate student engagement with assessments.

PeerWise is a free web application developed at a New Zealand university which involves students in a process of interacting with course content while developing and honing higher order cognitive skills. 198 more words


A Diagram of 21st Century Pedagogy | John Zermani | LinkedIn

Context matters, and the diagram from edorigami captures this, though not from the perspective of the student and content knowledge, but the teacher and various pedagogical components themselves, including Higher-Order Thinking Skills, Peer Collaboration, and Media Fluency.

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Principles of effective networking

Networking is about face to face meetings as well as online activity through Twitter, LinkedIn or other social networking tools. Here are some basic tips for online networking that can help you build your network and ensure that you are a trusted, reliable and desirable person to know online.  1,813 more words


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I've spent too much time in the last five years exploring the possibilities of online networking. This article beat me to some conclusions...

Music in English Teaching

The post is about my wonderful experiences online.

Edupunk  George Machlan: Internet-based Test: Speaking, English Teacher – United States

George Machlan

Master Edutainer and speech coach…

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A Writer's Bored game / Writers' Board Game for Christmas

Writers – looking forward to Christmas Day? Do you think you’d make a better job of writing Her Majesty’s speech, if only they would ask you (and pay you)? 908 more words

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Critical Thinking & ICTs

There is a narrative which says that ICTs offer unique affordances for critical thinking in the classroom. This argument sees the introduction of new technologies in the classroom as a prerequisite for a new emphasis on critical thinking. 2,130 more words