Monthly Archives: April 2014

BYOD4L – the pencil case for the 21st century

Answers to questions being asked by educational developers and universities about what are the best change models for adopting BYOD indicate that we are entering uncharted territory. It could be argued that there isn’t a role for the university in … Continue reading

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Playing or learning, and other false dichotomies

I am reminded this morning of the false dichotomy between playing and learning by an article on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme about nursery education in the UK this morning and the claim that nurseries are failing to prepare … Continue reading

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