Have you ever assigned readings followed by a discussion or reflective prompt? It’s one of those core practices that often goes unquestioned. Ready to explore some alternatives?
In a post like this, there are so many things I could share – brilliant resources, great examples, tips and new technologies from my own practice and from other generous practitioners around the globe. But ‘more’ isn’t necessarily the answer right now.
Our UnSymposium experiment is over…everyone was totally engaged in discussion, but were there any take-aways?
In May, I looked at ASCILITE, a professional organisation specifically focused on the use of educational technologies in higher education. Today’s post looks at another Australasian-focused organisation – HERDSA – and what it has to offer FoBJBS academics.
Now that session is underway, some of you may have some time to dip into some learning and teaching professional development opportunities. Here are a few that are on the horizon…
We now have almost all of our UnSymposium posts ready on iTeach. There is a good spread from most Schools / Centres, and they have shaped up into some interesting ‘big questions’ for the actual UnSymposium session.
The UnSymposium is almost here. Drum roll please…it’s time to present ALL of your presenters!
What are others posting on iTeach? After an initial push from the School of Psychology, others are now catching up. If yours hasn’t been posted yet, it’s time…
Have you submitted your iTeach post for our UnSymposium yet? If not, now’s the time…
Drawing inspiration from the HERDSA conference currently taking place, this post poses some initial pre-session questions about online community and relationships.