A report prepared by the Board of Studies, Teaching & Educational Standards NSW (BOSTES) has found that online courses for the qualification of teachers are on par with on-campus learning. These findings were made in the recently released B [...]
Infographics are the hot! They catch your attention because they look great and have strong visual hooks. I like them because they remind me a little of I Spy where you get to explore a busy graphic and search for interesting nuggets of information. Of course, not everyone’s a big fan of infographics. There are [...]
Social media can be a distraction for students — but used well, it can also invigorate teaching and learning with a relevant, immediate stream of communication. Here's how to make sure it's an asset, not a liability.
The list of technological add-ons to enhance our teaching efforts seems to be endless and growing. Yet as these add-ons continue to grow in use, a problem has also begun to surface: the online instructor who relies on these “cool” apps and software so heavily that he or she begins to neglect the basics of teaching.
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