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Resolving Planning Reflecting and Inspiring 2013

The last year has been quite creative and fruitful! The previous post “2012 in review” captured only a fraction of this creativity as I started my blogging journey at the end of last April with the intention to publicly reflect … Continue reading

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Information obesity, media and other teaching successes! [3]

I started the session by asking the students a similar question I posed at the beginning of one of my previous posts. Interestingly, all students had a similar experience. Initially, they were puzzled by my question but then one by … Continue reading

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Information obesity, media and other teaching successes! [2]

I headed to Bloomsbury thinking about three things; first the example that Lord Putman gave during LILAC 2012 that if you put a “surgeon from 1912 and transport them to the operating theatre of today, they would be completely unable … Continue reading

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Information obesity, media and other teaching successes! [1]

What if you have spent 6 hours to update a presentation and when you were ready to transfer the file in your memory stick and head to class, your computer crashes and stubbornly denies to start-up? Well…, that was the … Continue reading

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Promote participation in higher education and equality of opportunity for learners: Value 2

In my previous post, I tried to address some of my considerations on how the design of learning activities reflects the level of my respect to the diverse student body in Stratford and Bloomsbury campuses. I really enjoy being in … Continue reading

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Professional values of the UK Professional Standards Framework

My career in Higher Education started in 1997 when I undertook a professional role as a Librarian in the Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. Teaching students was a natural function of my librarian role; it came about as a need … Continue reading

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What is teaching..allow 30 days for search results

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Reflection – What makes a bad teacher?

3# In contrast with the good memories of caring teachers there were many instances of teachers who were: Distant Alienated from the class and the societal changes Full of prejudices wherein the diverse or different did not fit Without any … Continue reading

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Reflection – What makes a good teacher?

2# Peter Scales’s activities in the chapter “the reflective teacher” put me in a mode that made me think of the teachers I had in the past in a more reflective way. I could even recall the face of many … Continue reading

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