Twitter, pre-service teachers and creating networks

Tomorrow morning I have the opportunity to participate in a Skype session around a nascent project looking at how pre-service teachers might be aided and abetted in the creation of professional networks and subsequently learning more about their new profession. It’s likely that my description of the project doesn’t capture the full diversity of views,

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Do any universities know what's happening with their LMS?

Just over two years ago some colleagues and I wrote up some initial exploration of the logs from the different Learning Management Systems (LMS) used by a university. The initial explorations included: An initial examination of feature adoption.Between the two LMS there were broadly different adoption patterns which appeared to be tied to the nature

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Turning point 2.0

Almost a year ago I blogged about a turning point in my formal work life. I’d finished a draft of the PhD and had been accepted into a pre-service teacher graduate diploma. A year on and there is another turning point. Tomorrow is the last day of my teaching internship, if my eportfolio passes I

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