into November and already there are Christmas baubles swinging from the rafters.It’s rugby fever over here which has almost achieved epidemic status since the last match was played. Thank goodness the All Blacks won. I din;t give the stock exchnage much chance if they had lost .
Anyway, after all the excitement, most academics on this side of the globe will now be looking forward to the Xmas holidays once all the exams are over and done with. Summer summons!
I’ve been doing a bit of work on competence based curriculum development along with developing modules for training the trainer, so some of links this month reflect that activity. I always think it’s great to find some gems that some kind soul has made freely available. Makes life so much easier and gives me more time to dig the garden and tickle me marrows.
In this posting there are links to training fundamentals, an alternative to Moodle?, teachers guide to elearning, a MOOC,education toolkit,iPads in eduction, education videos,evaluating teaching, conferences and the odd one out.
Sit in the sun and absorb the rays of knowledge (if it’s raining, just do the same and wet your appetite)
Until December then.
1.A teachers guide to elearning 2012.
An excellent up to date, well resourced overview of the current and future state of elearning. Well worth the time to read and digest. SOme good links and resources included and you can contribute if you wish.