I’m hoping life can return to normal now my assignment’s in, exploring digital video again and a nice mashup from Up.
Over the last 2 days I’ve been following the backchannel tweets from various events. It’s a great if slightly frustrating way to keep up with goings-on.
I’ve yet to deliver a presentation or workshop where there is an active backchannel and don’t have any planned yet but the thought of it does make by blood run cold rather.
I’ve been reflecting on whether I think the backchannel is a good thing from the presenter and attendees’ point of view.
This idea has been knocking around in my head for a few days. I’m not even sure it’s a practical suggestion but when you’ve got an itch you gotta scratch.
There’ve been quite a lot of new developments regarding CPD in the…
Film Education’s CP3 conference is a routinely excellent occasion and well worth your attention if you are involved in using digital media in education. I’ve blogged about it before….
The last event was in Liverpool (way back in July)
On Thursday night I start an MSc with Sheffield Hallam University with the rather twisty title, Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation and Change or TELIC for short. Check out this link …for details.
My main reason for choosing this particular course
The quick answer is I don’t think you can. Or should. The key is to cultivate an organisation that embraces change, novelty and risk across the board, not just in ICT. Something a fair few schools feel discouraged from doing.
Here’s the long answer…
If you are interested in using digital video as a teaching and learning tool then this conference by Film Education comes highly recommended. It’s in Liverpool this year.
I’ve blogged about it before… and have been to 3 of them
Had an interesting day out on Monday at Nottingham Uni. Nick Mount and Gary Priestnall… in the school of geography were hosting a workshop on the uses of immersive technologies in education. It was all a bit out of my