Many months ago I founded what would quickly become the largest Australian ‘ed-chat’ on twitter. The ‘#aussieED’ twitter chat runs on a Sunday at 8:30pm...
Tag Archives: twitter
How to use Twitter in the classroom without compromising your professional relationship with your students
There has been no shortage of debate around the water cooler in schools across the country about the role of social media in the classroom....
Issue #54 Cover Story: Learning In 140 Characters: Why Twitter Is An Invaluable Professional Development Tool
By Carol Skyring. Imagine being able to ask for a resource or help on a topic and have an answer within moments – no matter...
[…] The Maker Movement – Retinkering Education […]
[…] Olsen writes in “Virtual Pedagogies for Contemporary Teaching” (2011) educators are faced with having to rethink the quality of what they produce […]
[…] of these ‘digital natives’, a number of educational institutions are also increasingly turning to messaging […]
[…] Chalich, Z. (2015). The maker movement – retinkering education. Education Technology Solutions. Retrieved 7/6/2021 from https://educationtechnologysolutions.com/2015/03/the-maker-movement-retinkering-education/ […]
[…] Self-Paced. Hybrid learning allows for each employee to tackle the material at a pace that suits them. Instead of having to work at the […]