Monthly Archives: November 2014

Effective feedback

“As long as we hold this image of feedback as being something that one person gives to another person to educate that person, we’ve missed the ultimate point of the feedback system…” Sound familiar? How about “Feedback as a concept … Continue reading

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Dé Onderwijsdagen Pre Conference : ‘Digital testing’

It has been quite a week. On Wednesday I sat on the edge of my seat in the Berrill Lecture theatre at the UK Open University waiting to see if Rosetta’s lander Philae, complete with the Ptolomy instrumentation developed by, … Continue reading

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MOOCs: same or different?

Last week’s EDEN Research Workshop was thought-provoking in many ways. Incidentally, I think that was largely because of the format that discouraged long presentations and encouraged discussion and reflection. I thought this would irritate me but it didn’t. One of … Continue reading

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