Evidence-Based Teaching (Second Edition) Geoff Petty (2008)

There are multiple supper short chapters packed with first rate tips and insights making it an essential reference as well as one a core text to read and note in full. The graphics leave something to be desired - it pays to get in an illustrator. This is not a review, though I should compise one. … Continue reading Evidence-Based Teaching (Second Edition) Geoff Petty (2008)

From Jean-Michel Basquiat to Laurie Anderson via Dylan Wiliam and Formative Assessment

Teaching face to face in a classroom is easily achieved without any use of EdTech. That said, I had lined up on the smart screen three pre-recorded Screencastify videos. These included my talking through two threaded discussions on Twitter. One was about providing a definition for trauma and differentiating depression and anxiety from Post Traumatic … Continue reading From Jean-Michel Basquiat to Laurie Anderson via Dylan Wiliam and Formative Assessment

Blended and Online Learning with Diana Laurillard from the UCL Knowledge lab

Delivered last week as part of an observed PGCE class - it worked. With some adjustments I'll use it again. This matters. I do a few of these online courses a year with FutureLearn (and a few with Coursera). I do all courses on e-learning. (Well, I take an interest - I cannot do them … Continue reading Blended and Online Learning with Diana Laurillard from the UCL Knowledge lab