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Using Feedback in Moodle for more than student evaluations & Using Padlet

The first in our series of CITFLN TeacherNet Show and tell sessions went well with Jo Whitfield sharing some ideas about using the Feedback tool for more than student evaluations and I presented Padlet, an […]

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Digital Research – a double edged sword (infographic)

Allison Morris has shared a very interesting infographic that she worked on about digital research with regard to U.S college students. She discusses this image in a blog post at Infantium – http://www.infantium.com/blog/2013/05/25/students-and-digital-research/ It clearly […]

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Taking a test is better than studying, even if you just guess: We need to flip the flipped classroom | Computing Education Blog

This article looks at some interesting research that suggests that getting your learners to take a short test on the content in your course before they’ve learned about it will actually help them to retain […]

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3 powerful ideas you should steal from marketing for your training design

Cathy Moore is one of the smartest writers about training and education design going around. She simply gets that we need to focus on what we want learners to be able to do and that […]

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