To follow up from the IoE TEL SDD, here are the links to the keynote and free book offer.
- Link on Uniview to Dr Doug Belshaws talk on Digital Literacies, Learning Pathways and Open Badges at the University of Worcester 123 more words
Message sent on behalf of Sean Bracken
Given the diversity of our student profiles and mindful of the current focus on widening participation and internationalisation in HE, the need to develop inclusive pedagogical practices has never been greater. 103 more words
In recent years, as contributors to our edited book Reinventing the Curriculum (Priestley and Biesta 2013) illustrated, we have witnessed changing fashions in curriculum policy. A particular trend is an apparent reinstatement of the teacher as an active agent of change in developing the curriculum. 895 more words
This was the question put to me several times during the staff development day on 16 November 2015, while I manned a ‘stall’ in the morning (with Linzi McKerr) and facilitated a workshop in the afternoon (with Anthony Barnett, and Darren Cooper from ISES), both covering bibliographic management software. 631 more words
We were successful in being awarded 3 Student as Academic Partners TEL projects this year- summaries belowInterdisciplinary SAP project 1 2015-2016 1,086 more words
TEACHING IN A DIGITAL AGE
A.W. (Tony) Bates
Guidelines for designing teaching and learning for a digital age
openly available online (http://opentextbc.ca/teachinginadigitalage/).