Learning Everywhere – Exit onderwijskundige?

Chad Udell heeft onlangs een boek geschreven over mobile content strategies: “Learning everywhere. How mobile content strategies are transforming training”

Toen ik vandaag aansloot bij een online seminar (eLearningGuild) over mLearning, stond opeens deze zelfde auteur daar op het programma. En hij slaat wat mij betreft de spijker op zijn kop.

Van de onderwijskundige wordt . . . →lees meer

Google Wave Good Practice in Learning

Description of good practice of using Google Wave in class . . . →lees meer

A temporal perspective on learning environments

Addition to the Moravec study on post-temponormative pedagogy. Jan Nieuweboer concludes that the technical environments are available, but the systems in which they need to work make it impossible to free the pedagogy of its linear shackles. . . . →lees meer

Eerste ervaringen met iPad voor leren

Wilfred Rubens heeft een eerste overzicht samengesteld over de educatieve toepassingen van de iPad van Apple. Hij verzamelde onder andere materiaal van Elliot Masie, Jane Hart en Ellen Barrett.

Wilfred Rubens has created a first overview of educational applications of the iPad. His blog is in Dutch, but allows for a convenient way to find . . . →lees meer

What to do with Web 2.0 in our institutions

A lot has been said about web 2.0 in education. There are didactic implications, organizational challenges, social developments with a definite impact, privacy and copyright issues, etc. In this and following posts, I would like to focus on some of these perspectives and reflect and further develop on some of the ideas that were discussed . . . →lees meer

We're off to LearningWave2010!

We are really excited! Tomorrow we will kick off our first-ever LearningWave gathering. For two days we will immerse ourselves in Technology Enhanced Learning. All participants will bring their own perspectives, making it an ideal place to learn.

We are really pleased that we may welcome four very distinguished guests:

Etienne Wenger, THE authority on . . . →lees meer