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Once upon a time, when I worked in schools, early childhood teachers routinely issued young children with a ‘pen license’.?A pen license was much sought after as it meant that a child could ‘advance’ to using a pen instead of a pencil. Using indelible ink meant that the child was able…
Believe it or not this is the future of AUT interdisciplinary healthcare. Don’t let the scrawl confuse you, this little… Read more Is a cool uniform enough?
As part of recent requests to come up with digital literacy strategies for the use of social media I decided to create my own social map and share it as an example exercise for both lecturers and students. The Mapping exercise comes from the work done by JISC and @daveowhite JISC. (2014, 16 December 2014). … Continue reading #VandR Exploring Social Media Mapping
There is a lot of talk about increasing student engagement. For me, engagement suggests the teacher sets the agenda and the student then engages. What about shifting away from this to a more student directed model – where the student…
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http://ctheory.net/ctheory_wp/art-as-digital-counterpractice/#_ednref46 Excellent article that puts in evidence so much that is hidden in the digital hype. It’s an excellent critique of all that which most of the time stays hidden in the background shadowed by discourse of the bigger structure that use technology for their efficiencies and administrative agenda but not for improving students digital … Continue reading Art as digital counterpractice →