Thinglink made its debut at number 89 in the 'Top 100 tools for Learning' in 2015 and will be one to watch in my book; especially with the release of the beta 360 version.
Simple goals, straightforward conversations and a whole lot of encouragement. And no spandex. We promise.
I'm currently in the thick of a live module which has undergone a significant redesign in its delivery. This post summarises some of the changes that were made and some of the challenges that we (myself and the academic team) have encountered. If you are thinking about including more blended learning in your delivery, there … Continue reading Designing a module for blended learning: a case study
What are they thinking? Are they listening to me? Do they understand the key concept that I just covered? photo credit: ne da se mi via photopin (license) If this sounds like you during, or after, one of your lectures then you could devote 5 minutes of lecture time to audience participation to getting some answers … Continue reading Mentimeter review; BYOD for audience participation