The new edition of the NMC Horizon report for K-12 for 2014 is just up – and you’re one of the first to know! I was delighted to have been part of the panel that helped develop and refine the report this year. This, in itself, was a fascinating process and you can read more […]Read More NMC Horizon Report | 2014 K-12 Edition out now!
It was great to see the most recent publication of Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching,Technology, 25(1-3) come out recently. It took the use of iPads in schools as its theme, one that is certainly topical, whether one prefers this as tool for learning or not. As the editorial by Cowie and Williams (p. 1-2) […]Read More iPads for learning: Connections, diversity and coherence
“You actually bring about real change by working with … people. Not by demonstrating, but by working alongside them and getting into the core of what it is. To really bring about change, you’ve got to get an understanding about what that person is about and what drives that person. You can’t just do it to […]Read More My CORE Breakfasts 2014: Digitising professional learning – or not.
I recently saw the following piece of research – “The Impact of Digital Technology on Learning” – pass across my desktop, via DERN (the Digital Education Research Network). Overview In their intro to this report, DERN states: “Taking into account the scarcity of rigorous research into the benefits of teaching and learning with digital technologies, [this […]Read More The impact of digital technology on learning