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FREE CPD >> Five Evidence-Informed Uses of #Edtech To Help Get Online Learning Right

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A few months ago I was approached by Seneca to deliver a Teachmeet (as a webinar) as part of their TeachMeet series. When I agreed and was asked what I would like to share about I thought what better way than to share some evidence-informed approaches to using technology. I…

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#LearnLiveUAE – a free weekly debate and professional learning opportunity for all

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I’ve been proud to work with lots of schools in the United Arab Emirates. I was the first keynote speaker at the now well-established, annual JESS Digital Summit, I’ve keynoted at events such as EdExMENA, worked with many schools such as Dubai College, BISAD and Repton Abu Dhabi and spoken…

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Remixing great lessons: Rigour

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Great lessons have key characteristics. Many edu-bloggers have discussed the characteristics of great lessons but for me, the one person that nails it is as discussed in my introductory post to this series is Tom Sherrington. In his series he discusses the topic in some detail across ten posts. In my series I will…

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On purposeful use of technology

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If you haven’t noticed, whilst I love technology and its propensity to enhance learning, for me it always has to be purposeful. I’ve written at some length about it previously but I thought a handy checklist might be, well… handy. So I made this. Please forgive the brevity of the…

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What makes a quality tutor?

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My school experience was somewhat different to most. Attending a select boys school meant that things were all a bit traditional. Teachers desks were literally on pedestals and we were to be seen but not heard. I really do struggle to remember who my tutors were now when I was…

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