Learning Is Not About The Technology (It's NOT about the tech, it's about the LEARNING (except when it IS about the tech) #edtech #elearning http://t.co/tiKRInhj1s)...
Mark Ayton's insight:
By focusing on designing a learning activity, its outcomes and the research, collaboration and communication skills you want it to develop, the choice and implementation of the technology can become an almost subliminal process!
If you're looking for inspiration for your next ITT programme assignment and haven't heard of TPACK before check this site out! It's all about linking subject/content knowledge with delivery/pedagogic knowledge and tools/technology knowledge. A great way to visualise and coordinate these three, often separated, areas of expertise.
There are so many good technologies to engage your learners out there but how to you use them in real educational situations? Although this free pdf book is a couple of years old it still contains good pedagogic ideas that can be used with many technologies. Short sharp overviews divided into suggested age groups provide an easily accessed catalogue of inspiration for all practitioners.
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