A new 'professional learning passport' for teachers and lecturers has gone live in Wales. The passport will help school and college staff record, monitor and reflect on their professional learning and development.
A quick question, when was the last time you sat down, and asked your learners what they thought of your eLearning, and I don’t mean a quick smile sheet exercise, but some digging – identifying the opinions and feelings about what they experienced.
Well, Queen’s University Belfast have done just that with a group of students who are increasingly using eLearning during their 5 years of study.
Many public school districts don’t have the resources to partner with an education technology company to develop customized digital learning tools for their classrooms.
Results of a study conducted with medical students at Queen’s University Belfast that explored the perceived obstacles to elearning engagement.
Article from MIT about their recent Workshop on Digital Education to provide an overview about the latest online technologies and their use for delivering content to students and providing students with practice and feedback.
Piece from James E Ryan in The New York Times.
Learning technologies offer great potential to improve education, but whether that potential will be realized depends on three key factors, which have less to do with technology itself and more to do with the people using it.