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I feel as if I’ve been a bit late with this week’s assignment but also a part of me saw that it was about assessment and I’d be lying if I said I was happy about it. I know that … Continue reading

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This week we had to reflect on Kolb’s Experiential Learning Theory and answer the following questions: Reflect on whether you accommodate these learning styles in your teaching practice. Do the technologies you use help you achieve this? If so, how? … Continue reading

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Week 3: Designing Active Learning for #OCTEL

What was the last time you learned anything? I’d say I’m actually learning ALL THE TIME and to keep a track of it, I write monthly blog posts where I write down what I learned that month and how I … Continue reading

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This week in #OCTEL, it was all about the learners – but I wasn’t so sure. With a background in learning and development, understanding learner needs is not new to me. I’ve done many needs analyses in my life so … Continue reading

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Week 1: Drilling Into TEL Concepts and Approaches for #OCTEL

This week’s entry on reflections of Technology and Learning Concepts and Approaches for the OCTEL MOOC have been interesting. ┬áIn particular one video about how dentists are trained to drill a tooth through the use of sophisticated simulations. I hate … Continue reading

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Just because I’m a sucker for punishment, I joined another 10 week cMOOC called Octel: The Open Course in Technology. (Actually, methinks I was on such a high with the Educational Technology MOOC #ETMOOC which recently finished that I just … Continue reading

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