The game of tapping into a passion for learning

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Gamers are great learners, I’ve been one and I have nephews who are gamers.  When I was really into it I would spend hours researching my character, watching videos about fighting techniques, bookmarking and consulting sites about crafting and levelling up, adding in plugins to make my game play more efficient and would benchmark myself.… Continue reading The game of tapping into a passion for learning

ISpring Pro for Course videos

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ISpring is software that adds a plug in to PowerPoint that allows you to create embedded, narrated presentations with the option to record webcam video and upload resources with your presentation. I use it and so do my current work colleagues because it is part of the toolkit provided. I’m not endorsing it – just… Continue reading ISpring Pro for Course videos

Moodle Groups and Groupings in Moodle 2.7

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Before we startBefore we delve into groups and groupings, it’s important to remember that Moodle divides what is added to Moodle into two broad categories: activities and resources.Resources consist of the passive content you add to a course – documents, files, pages, books, galleries, website links and labels.Activities are what you provide for student interaction… Continue reading Moodle Groups and Groupings in Moodle 2.7

What I find puzzling, interesting, challenging about my work

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I‘m starting my Master’s degree study again and the first step of my first assignment is to think about my professional life and work identify a few areas or topics I find particularly interesting, puzzling or challenging or about which I feel passionate.So here goes – some public free-writing:1) I’m interested in how instructors could possibly… Continue reading What I find puzzling, interesting, challenging about my work