Documenting the gap between "start of art" and "state of the actual"

Came across Perrotta et al (2013) in my morning random ramblings through my PLN and was particular struck by this a rising awareness of a gap between ‘state of art’ experimental studies on learning and technology and the ‘state of the actual’ (Selwyn, 2011), that is, the messy realities of schooling where compromise, pragmatism and

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Comparing Automatically Detected Reflective Texts with Human Judgements

The following is a summary and some thoughts on the following paper Ullmann, T. D., Wild, F., & Scott, P. (2012). Comparing Automatically Detected Reflective Texts with Human Judgements. 2nd Workshop on Awareness and Reflection in Technology-Enhanced Learning. 7th European Conference on Technology-Enhanced Learning (pp. 101–116). Saarbruecken, Germany. My interest in this paper is as

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Mobile video to enhance the Work Integrated Learning of pre-service teachers

Thanks to @palbion I’m having a chat this afternoon with Chris Dann from the University of Sunshine Coast about a project he’s involved with. Trying to explore and establish if there are some potential synergies there. The following is a summary and some reactions to the paper that “started it all” (Dann and Allen, 2013).

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