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  1. Oct 2021
    1. UBC

      Update for UNE?

    2. Formative Assessment

      Could this not also incorporate students' derivation of rubrics from their interpretation of the Learning Goals?

    3. Socretes


    4. ONLINE

      There are a few interpretations of flippedness, aren't there. The one I see pushed is where teacher's make online material, EddieWoo style, for people to go through in their own time, then discuss in class (teacher needs to 'teach' twice!)

    1. Revisit Guiding Questions

      Should this section also highlight 'does the learner need YAP (yet another password)?"

    2. called

      using a technology such as

    3. In terms of digital technologies, any website can do the same

      It can do much, much more than paper and I think this should be mentioned here. It almost sounds like an apology for websites. Have you read Papert's idea (in 'Mindstorms') that paper is the reason why we do Maths like we do now – rote, exemplar then practise, often without context or meaning, rather than "play" with Maths to get a better understanding, and to demonstrate an understanding

    4. it’s what we as educators can do with the technology

      Students too. Often they will come up with way different methods or approaches. The sort where a teacher goes 'huh, that's pretty cool'

    1. The diagram below shows the change in Learning Management System (LMS) market share over the 20+ years. For this type of technology, this is usually large scale, requiring a large budget, so the number of tools available are quite limited. If the project is of a smaller scale, there may be many more options, because fewer people use them. In the case of smaller-scale projects, sometimes the support requirements are fewer, and the ease of use is higher, so there are many more options of different tools that do the same thing

      I don't grok this. Surely the bigger the budget the more features, but the slower moving as the instal base is larger and support is needed more? I may have misinterpreted your meaning behind "tools" here. Not sure what that refers to. Does it mean that the bigger, the less flexible hence give out a smaller number of generic tools and you bend your workflow to suit? (cf smaller - we can make that happen for you!)