When conducting PedAR there is a need to be reflective in both the process of undertaking the research and in the reporting of the work – but what might this mean?
I set up some conversations with five eighteen- and nineteen-year old people in my life (all male), to try to understand how they are feeling about the prospect of starting their studies online, or mainly online. I asked two questions. How do you feel about going to university in autumn 2020? And How would you feel if your studies were online? With their permission I am sharing back a summary of their responses
There is a lot of advice and sharing going on at the moment around online learning and teaching. I thought it timely to articulate some of my own lessons from many years of developing and supporting online learning.
If working remotely there will be a need to support students in the preparation of their assessment work. Here’s a … More
Today I have been to Bloomsbury to the very thought provoking event to present ‘Creating the Conditions for Authentic Assessments’. … More
There is a good deal of advice and guidance available for how to design authentic assessment, but how do we … More
One of the difficulties with UK PSF is that it takes a commitment of time to really understand its nuances. … More
Today I visited Edinburgh, which looked beautifully twinkley and all decked out for Christmas. I came to offer two sessions … More
This year I have been thinking, at a personal and institutional level, about how we support practice around ePortfolios (in … More
Last week was our fifth Learning and Teaching Conference at Harper Adams. It was a really successful day (if I … More