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reflections on e-teaching and e-learning

reflections on e-teaching and e-learning. I can really appreciate that this blog and the writer share a raw honesty and that both are also founded on sound pedagogy that drives that passion to be the ‘best’ teacher that one can be! … Continue reading

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Resources for Developing Online Interaction

Resources for Developing Online Interaction. A gem to keep and refer back to! Thank you Debbie Morrison (http://en.gravatar.com/onlinelearninginsights). How often do we (as teachers) search the web for helpful sound information to inform our teaching, to support the learning of … Continue reading

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How can a blog help you learn? There are blogs that inform – for sure!  Then there are blogs that are musings – a bit like mine when I make time for it 🙂 And then there are blogs that … Continue reading

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Teaching VS Tools

Sometimes you find a tool that makes you wonder how on earth did you ever teach without it…maybe it was a feather and ink well, a led pencil, a pencil with an eraser, a ‘Bic’ pen (with ink already in … Continue reading

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Flipped Learning – Educational Transformation

Here is a blog to get the pedagogical juices flowing – take your time to engage with Jackie as she has a refreshing and thoughtful way of helping to encourage your own critical thinking about the concept of ‘flipped learning’. … Continue reading

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Digital Depth?

As I journey and learn more about myself as a teacher and as a digital citizen, it becomes more apparent that it is not a journey one should take on their own for sure.  The influence that I have on … Continue reading

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The Hermit Teacher

Well the month has passed and I find myself wondering what can I contribute this time?  Discovering you’re not a hermit living in a vast desert is on the top of my list! Tongariro Crossing – Taken by me – … Continue reading

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