Our guest blogger this week: Mel Cashen It is a Saturday afternoon at Scienceworks in Spotswood. Parents and their children are investigating the interactive tools downstairs. The chatter of learning can be heard throughout the complex. But not all of … Continue reading →
Guest Blogger: Joedy Wallis, ICTEV We are pleased to announce that the merger of ICTEV and VITTA was voted on by members on Wednesday (ICTEV) and Thursday (VITTA) last week and that members accepted the motion to merge the two Victorian teacher associations … Continue reading →
Have you heard of MOOCS, crowd learning, maker culture and geo-learning? Do you know what they are and how they might impact on education? Innovating pedagogy 2013 is series of reports from the Open University UK that explores new forms … Continue reading →
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