Hybrid Pedagogy is an academic and networked journal of teaching and technology that combines the strands of critical and digital pedagogy to arrive at the best social and civil uses of technology and digital media in education.
The model is very much about flexibility and focusing on the student; developing their skills, metacognition and designing learning activities that will allow students to create and contribute the products of their learning to the learning of the group.
These guides come in very handy for every teacher looking to better integrate technology into his/her teaching. They are very simple,developed in a step by step process, illustrated by pictures, diagrams, video tutorials, and examples, and concluded with a webliography containing links to a variety of other websites relevant to the topic under discussion.
These guides are completely free for you to use and all we ask from you is to to pay credit to Educational Technology and Mobile Learning if you want to reuse them somewhere else.
Arriving home from San Diego and having just attended the ISTE (International Society of Technology in Education) conference I was scheduled to facilitate an all-day professional development for our district.
Folksonomy.co is a digital culture and creative practice knowledge commons.
Deborah Seed's insight:
The Folksonomy is a knowledge commons and social bookmarking tool of digital culture and creative practice. The tool was created by Simon Perkins in 2008 as part of his research enquiry. It has been designed to enable theory building and knowledge integration. The Folksonomy simplifies the process of clipping references including photographs, videos and published documents. In this way the tool helps to promote a type of conceptualisation described by Ernest Boyer as the "scholarship of integration" (Ernest Boyer, 1990).