Vanderbilt University launches Leading Lines, a podcast on educational technology.
An interesting post, no, group work in school is not “just like in the real work world”, to bring up some really blunt issues with school group work. Though I can agree with some of these points, I also feel that like other education real-world experiences, we have an obligation to our learners to create experiences that prepare them for the “real-world”. Group work is one of these.
The SUNY Online Teaching Gazette reminds us of how important it is to integrate the pedagogical, research, and technology into learning in holistic ways, particularly with our 21st Century learners and educators.
Always looking for tips on ‘presentation’! One top tip I always have is ‘make it real’. Expecting perfection can damper the presentation because it can become less ‘real’, which can impact the learners’ engagement with the content. Good resource: Top 10 tips for better screencasts