Thursday, March 25, 2010

Everything you need to teach and learn online Part 1: Independence

First of a series of videos remaking the original post Everything you need to teach online.

The message in this video refers to the post Dependence, Independence and Interdependence

4 comments:

Keith Lyons said...

Delightful, Leigh. Thank you for sharing your energy and passion.

gbaor said...

looking forward to the series!

Mark Smithers said...

Nice video. I wonder how long it will take before higher education organisations actively start to deinstitutionalise edtech systems if they do at all. My feeling is that the early adopters are already doing that but can it be mainstreamed?
Looking forward to the rest of the series.

stevenparker said...

Really enjoyed this, will use as a talking point in a learning design for TAFE teachers towards adopting these technologies, I'll be designing connecting and constructivist actvities to encourage them to explore the use of the technologies you speak of in their teaching...with Moodle in the mix as an aggregator and sense maker in the learning sequence.

Draft, from the point of view of working in an Institution:

http://fln.sydneyinstituteonline.net/blogs/blog/2010/03/01/master-learners-learner-centered-design-and-master-courses/