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Competition and co-operation in the #activelearning classroom

I have been reading a great paper this morning on the use of Instagram memes by students studying art at Central St Martins (Burns et al., 2016). Amongst the many themes present in the paper, I picked up on one … Continue reading

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Productive failure, drawing and erasing – exploring visual literacies #twalk #possibilities

More walking, talking and Twalking (just about) I co-led a Twalk today on the subject of visual literacies as part of Sheffield Hallam University’s Learning & Teaching Conference with my colleague Helen Rodger. It was billed simply as a learning … Continue reading

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Global #Twalkday

Global #Twalkday Wednesday 3rd October 2018 Theme: Doing, being, becoming, belonging and connecting Time: 3pm GMT (but options for other time zones to be decided) What is Twalkday? The Twalk will be co-ordinated globally and is planned to coincide with … Continue reading

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#minitwalk demonstrates the flexibility of the #twalk model at #socmedhe17

    Since our first successful use of the #twalk model in May 2017, a number of #twalks have used the model in different situations. Our experience and understanding of the #twalk is growing. A number of us involved in … Continue reading

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BYOD4L: Social Media for Learning Narratives

How often is it said that learning is a journey! It is remarkable then that we, in educational development, do not talk more often about learning narratives. Today Bring Your Own Devices for Learning focuses on the topic of Communicating … Continue reading

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Education 3.0 and 3Cs

As we approach the second iteration of Bring Your Own Devices for Learning (BYOD4L) it is inevitable that we’ll reflect on whether the structure provided by the 5Cs is the right one. It is an illuminating and formative exercise. The … Continue reading

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I am not a number (I am a node)

On the back of my previous post reflecting on Education 3.0 I have another, slightly whimsical, thought that I hope will be timely. It is not rocket science. Indeed it it not original, being very much the point of our … Continue reading

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