AR shouldn't be another monster under the bed (or desk), says Judy Bloxham – used intelligently, it provides new ways for learners to access content and knowledge (Augmented reality in education: teaching tool or passing trend?
The children and media research community has been buzzing with frustration at the viral circulation of Cris Rowan's Huffington Post column, "10 Reasons Why Handheld Devices Should Be Banned for Children Under the Age of 12." The piece pretty well defines "hack-ademic" writing, in which an author throws lots of learned-sounding terms and citations at a lay reader, while obscuring misinterpretations and fuzzy logic. Here are 10 reasons why Rowan's column is flawed.
How often have you been intimidated by new technology that comes out? Maybe it's getting a new phone or a new laptop, or learning how to use a tablet for the first time. There's always that learning curve that we are a little ...
The Hybrid Learning Model is an extremely versatile tool, developed by CETL(NI) to capture, describe, reflect on and plan good practice in teaching and learning. The model combines the 8 Learning Events Model developed by LabSET, University of Liège, Belgium with Sue Bennett's teaching and learning verbs (University of Wollongong).