SOLO Taxonomy The SOLO Taxomomy (Biggs & Collis 1982) has provided a valuable vehicle to identify and support deep learning opportunities in many NPDL schools. It has shown the relationship between surface and deep learning and the importance of scaffolding … Continue reading →
This report, comissioned by Telstra, explores the unique behaviours and risks that face children, young people, adults, seniors and parents in their online engagements. It identifies the most effective cyber safety strategies to specifically address each age cohort. Key Findings: … Continue reading →
iPads in Physical Education Research fromLiz Weir at the ACU looks at how iPads complements the teaching of Physical Education in the Bachelor of Education (Primary) course and develops the acquisition of movement skills, concepts and strategies that enables the pre-service … 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 →
Guest blogger: Rob Malpeli Peak Phys Ed organised and hosted a Health & Physical Education ICT Conference on Thursday 22nd August at the Manningham Function Centre (Doncaster) Over 100 delegates from Swan Hill to Stawell representing all education sectors engaged … Continue reading →
Guest Blogger – Anne Mirtschin The 2013 ISTE conference #iste13 was held in June in beautiful San Antonio, USA. The following statistics give some idea of the size of this conference:- 13,100 registered participants representing 74 countries with 1855 international … Continue reading →
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