Genevieve Johnson started by looking at how new technologies are often used in the same way as the old technologies (horse-less carriage = car). Therefore the 'e' in assessment is just that - old assessments shifted online.
Diagnostic testing plays an important part in shaping a course, and formative assessment shapes the teaching. It is a way of enabling learners to see if they are ready to go on to the next step (although this worries me as it means that all the students in a…
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Douglas Harre shared the following: " Every year the Education Review magazine does a special issue on ICT and Procurement. This year's issue came out recently and covers a wide range of topics relevant to many of us across the board".
"There's articles on the N4L, iPads in ECE, distance…
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Darren Sudlow, who is part of the Virtual Learning Community, shared the following announcement from Google, which may make those synchronous collaborations...and meetings...way more feasible:
Like Google Apps, we think Google+ can help colleagues collaborate more easily and get things done. Google+ Hangouts in particular…Continue
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As we all have had the chance to learn by having read this blog post on NZACE, cooperative education has enormous benefits for employers, students and schools.
Cooperative education has been around for some time, but in the last few years in the UK. a small band of educators has taken it further.
Faced with a…
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