No, I’m not angry, or even mildy peeved.
But all my blogging juices have been channelled into posts on other blogs recently – and why should you miss out?
Beware. Some of these links may take you the blogs of my employers.
- Necessity is the mother of invention: an overview of how Christchurch schools have stayed in touch with their communities after the earthquake – and carried on with their daily business – using social media and blended learning models [CORE Education blog]
- To share or not to share, that is the question: potted summary of the panel discussion at the recent International Conference for Teachers of English. Fun, stimulating, thought-provoking – and that was just my fellow panelists [CORE Education blog].
- What comes first – the teach or the tech: is it ok to have a play with the technology before you plan your teaching and learning? How much do you need to know about the technology in order to help students learn? [VLN Groups]
- It’s the people, not the pipes: why ultra-fast broadband promises much, but why digital literacy matters more [e-Learning Research Network]
[Image source: Creative Commons Flickr search: Angry by matthileo]