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Learn more about this week's MicroCPD - The SAMRModel for Integrating Technology in the Classroom
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Posted 20 March 2019
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Posted 18 March 2019
This week Shazad Khan from our Birmingham International Academy introduces the SAMR model for integrating technology in the classroom: Substitution; Augmentation; Modification; and Redefinition.
Posted 11 March 2019
The New Academic Teaching Year (NATY) is planned for 2020/21. This week Senior Project Lead for NATY Laura Powell talks about your curricula being NATY ready.
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Inclusivity and Quantum Mechanics?I teach a core third year module on quantum mechanics – not surprisingly the majority of the time is spent developing the formalism, which is ‘beautiful’ mathematically – and conceptually challenging. The extraordinary physics breakthroughs we study were mostly achieved by (now dead) white men: till last summer I had just recognised these truly impressive … Continue reading "Inclusivity and Quantum Mechanics?"
Innovating Pedagogy 2019Innovating Pedagogy 2019, is the latest in a series of annual reports by the Open University, which attempt to explore novel approaches to education which have the potential to transform learning and teaching. You can find a MicroCPD on this topic, here. And you can add your own thoughts on the report below. Previous editions … Continue reading "Innovating Pedagogy 2019"
Global mega-trends and their influence on Higher EducationYesterday the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published a report that argues that in our quickly changing modern world, education cannot prepare for the future using only lessons of the past.
It highlights global mega-trends and how they will influence higher education.
For the full report please click here.