The experts say…

Good morning (ceiling) fans and friends, It is incumbent upon me to back up previous posts about how I believe the use of ICT in the classroom is totally fantastic/excellent/a wonderful tool/however un-skilled at painting finger nails… So I would just like to dedicate this column to a few articles which contain a little bit … More The experts say…

All in this together…

Salutations stress heads! Recent blog posts written by my fellow peers in education appear to present full swing assessment mode stressing out. Charlotte has indicated through her assignment efforts that she is experiencing an ICT-based lesson plan predominantly with the students using the ICT, while the teacher acts as a guide. I would certainly agree … More All in this together…

On that note…

Bloggers, I thought a little bit further on the topic of learning theory and how it relates to ICT, then undertook some quick research, discovering this website which provides really great insight into various learning theories (extending WAY beyond visual, audio and kinaesthetic). I then started to ponder on the topic of what sort of a … More On that note…

Stylish Learning

Hi Boys and Girls, Throughout my continuing journey toward becoming a real-life, fully-fledged* classroom teacher I have genuinely and thoroughly enjoyed learning about various learning theories and learning styles. To me, such theories are complex and inspiring. I have an overarching itch when I meet students on practical experience to get to know their favoured … More Stylish Learning

No Additives

Good Afternoon readers, Let’s just say if I ever plucked up enough commitment to make my relationship with ICT official, it would be one that required self-help books and complimentary mentos in a counsellor’s office. Frankly I am intimidated by the unpredictable habits of the digital world, and its frustrating ability to glitch when you … More No Additives

Unaddressed Ethics, Accidental Infringements

Greetings fellow citizens, It has caught my startled attention and that of many peers who are also participants of the ICT and Pedagogy course that copyright is a very real and serious component to the online journey of blogging. Upon learning about the ethical use of images online in a university tutorial, I was embarrassed to … More Unaddressed Ethics, Accidental Infringements