Lots of interesting articles in the latest issue of the Journal of Pedagogic Development 5 (3) including:
What an Interruption in Study Can Reveal about Learner Motivation and Resilience
International Postgraduate Students and Peer Learning
Flipping Great or Flipping Useless? A review of the flipped classroom experiment at Coventry University London Campus
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This is written by Peter Bryant, Head of Learning Technology and Innovation at the London School of Economics, and is worth a read.
He has just published two new posts about re-imagining learning for a post-digital world, following on from an initial post 6 months ago.
In his words: “They outline a proposal for a ‘new’ approach to designing teaching and learning. An approach that recognises learning outside the transmission and that through the construction and encouragement of experience provides a context for learning to happen in a way that aligns with the conduct of a post-digital life. This design process build experiences into the learning and teaching by shaping the way engagement, interaction, assessment and feedback is undertaken. It applies a design thinking approach to learning.”
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