Bite-size video, the way forward?

Bite-size video, the way forward?

Bite-size is effectively ‘chunking’ relevant content into manageable nuggets of information. It is a great way to engage learners who prefer snappy, accessible and easy to remember content. Making information available in digestible portions provides students with the opportunity to work through material in stages, allowing them to focus on topics, which results in deeper, more meaningful learning…

Free Dictation Apps for Mobile Devices

Free Dictation Apps for Mobile Devices

Whilst working in school recently I was inspired to see some academics using the dictation capabilities of their smart phones to allow them to quickly annotate feedback for students. The staff member was able to get feedback out to his students in a very timely manner using this approach. Obviously, it’s not an approach for everyone. Some of us need time to reflect and gather our thoughts. Sometimes we need to use rubrics. However, the work flow was far more efficient for this particular staff member.

Good Practice Guide to Quizzes

Good Practice Guide to Quizzes

This guide takes a look at some of the pedagogic implications of using quizzes in your on-line module. It’s not a technical document, but will hopefully stimulate some ideas and thoughts about using quizzes. http://docs.google.com/gview?url=https://blogs.tees.ac.uk/lteonline/files/2015/02/PedagogyGuideQuizzes1.pdf&embedded=truePedagogyGuideQuizzes