Tag Archives: “technology-enhanced learning”

Designing Evidence-based education technology: What the Research Says

DESIGNING EVIDENCE-BASED EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY: WHEN DOES RESEARCH EVIDENCE COUNT? If you haven’t seen this event announcement, you still have 22 hours to sign up to attend for FREE! The London Knowledge Lab team has brought together an excellent programme of researchers … Continue reading

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Deep learning and TEL: Do they have a future together?

I am really excited to have been invited today in the London Knowledge Lab to be part of the discussion of what the research says about the Potential and Impact of TEL on Teaching and Learning. The presentations will be … Continue reading

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Utopic and Distopic Technology-Enhanced Learning Metaphors: #EdcMooc Digital Artefact

View as slideshow The classification is based on Johnston’s metaphors of the internet  (Johnston , R 2009)  A visual Introduction Important Note: The link mentioned in the video applies only if you watch the video on YouTube. The link given in the YouTube comments area … Continue reading

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Planning with the “Learning Designer” Tool

Lesson plan for “Your digital footprint” Planning my Micro-teaching activity The last few weeks have been extremely busy! One of my tasks to complete was the microteaching activity for the “first steps” MOOC. The actual Microteaching presentation took place last … Continue reading

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