How the 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 3


Photo by W / Unsplash. Instead, in stark contrast, somewhat unimaginatively and definitely unambitiously, many online learning designers are taught that it is by working in ‘sub-skills’, with secure ‘standards mastery’, and learning sequences which don’t tax our 10-15 second working memories that will ensure ‘defined proficiency’, to apparently guarantee a successful twenty-first century! In this third of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc.

Video for learning: Today and tomorrow

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Photo by Vladimer Shioshvili on Flickr Educators have been using video for decades. There are many platforms that offer free access to video content, but not so many that do so in an ad-free, safe and secure manner. They also need to ensure that the video content they select is free from distracting adverts, security threats and inappropriate content. Boclips education learning micro teach pedagogy teaching Technology television video

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MIS en place

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Photo by Helloquence on unsplash This is the first post in a new series about School Management Information Systems. Those who exercise their minds over ICT in schools usually do so for one of two reasons - the first is that schools need to implement a set of tools that integrate seamlessly into classrooms to support effective pedagogy; The second is less about the classroom and more about how to manage the large amounts of data a school can generate in any given period.

Generation next

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Photo from LSE Library on Flickr Most of the students starting university at the end of summer 2017 were born around the turn of the century. It's safe to claim that much of higher education is firmly rooted in the past , reflecting colonial history, traditional values and 20th (or even 19th) Century pedagogies. This might be seen as a generalisation, because there are some pockets of innovative pedagogy to be found in every large education institution.

Teacher Voices: Megan Douglas

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When she found out it would be a specialised STEM primary school she was even more interested, and after a long application and interview process she secured her first teaching post at the school. Photo courtesy of Megan Douglas Teacher Voices: Megan Douglas by Steve Wheeler was written in Plymouth, England and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 education learning Megan Douglas pedagogy primary schools SEN STEM teaching Technology

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Pros and cons: proprietary, open-source, and cloud-based LMS


Now we use smartphones that are sleeker than ever (and sometimes still small), have touch screens, integrated photo cameras, and the power of a computer. Open-source learning platforms revolutionized the business education arena by focusing on teaching and pedagogy on top of the technical proper functioning of the system. Others say that it’s data security. But there are also vendors that are up-to-date with everything related to data security.

The survival of Higher Education (5): Recommendations

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Institutions will need to secure adequate funding so that new technology is sustainable. Conclusion The advent of new and emerging technologies such as interactive touch surface devices, mobile and wireless technologies and the social web, afford teachers with unprecedented opportunities to try out new pedagogies which would previously have been difficult or impossible. This is the fifth and final part of my short series of posts on the future of higher education.