One-size-fits-all formulas

From an article in The Australian by Les Field – DVC (Research) at UNSW – titled “Impact sometimes requires long decades of research” Call me old-fashioned, but I am a firm believer that you can’t create a one-size-fits-all formula for innovation, creativity or impact. But consistent standards for “quality” of University courses is possible? A

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Moodle, BIM, reflective journals and TPACK: Suggestions for moving beyond

The following provides the abstract and slides used in a presentation at Moodlemoot’AU 2013. Slides Abstract The TPACK (Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge) framework provides one way to conceptualise the knowledge required to leverage technologies to improve learning. In proposing the TPACK Framework, Mischra and Koehler (2006, p. 1029) argue that “Quality teaching requires developing a

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Everything old is new again

I have this growing sense of deja vu. I’m beginning to think that my current experience with the institutional policies and processes around Australian university enterprise e-learning is essentially a repeat of my experience with the institutional policies and processes around Australian university print-based distance education systems of the mid-1990s. Almost twenty years on its

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