This short podcast episode is the second with Curt Bonk when he was visiting Adelaide in November 2012. I asked what was the next contribution
There's good MOOCs and there's, well ... good teaching makes the difference!
Prof Curt Bonk is in high demand around the world as a keynote speaker
In the previous episode of our podcast, Linda's final challenge of "How does technology enhance learning?" set off a chain reaction in thinking. It went
National Citations for Passion ... It doesn't get much better than that!
"On behalf of the Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) I am pleased to
Thats quite a claim for someone who has experienced as many learning and teaching conferences as I have and interviewed and learnt from 200+ thought
Simon Walker is the head of the Education Development Unit (EDU) at the University of Greenwich and he had just showed us a room that
Team Based Learning: Group Work that Works from UT Austin CTL on Vimeo.Paul Gagnon is the Director of eLearning of the new Lee Kong Chian School of
When I received the invitation from the new Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, I decided to completely upgrade
Plato in about 430 BC said that "necessity is the mother of invention", just imagine what he would have said if he had an iPad
If you consider the “Continuum of Shift” applied to learning management systems, at one end you have a content-centric tool like Blackboard, then you find Moodle in the middle,
In 2007 I was making a joint presentation with a colleague from the USA. She introduced the concept of a continuum along which a teacher can move
Learning is all about the students. Teachers need to move along a Continuum of Shift. They need to move from content-centred teaching to activity-centred and
In the middle of the trip around the mainland USA visiting Universities about their graduate attributes, student experience and use of technology in learning and
The above video is in Spanish but you can see the passion.
From 18,000 students to 119 now eleven months later 452 .... quite a career
Dr Ricardo Antillon of Universidad San Pablo Guatemala continues in episode two of this three part series on how he lead a transformation of faculty
I met Dr. Ricardo Antillon, Rector (President) of Universidad San Pablo in Guatemala in Miami where some 25 educators from around the world were meeting
In 1979 my wife an I felt we should start a printing business, this we believed, was something we should do to make a difference.
I saw the six foot cross as we walked into Carol Freeman's office. I couldn't help but comment. As Carol, the Dean of Student Mentoring