Picture your favourite childhood toy. What was it? What did you learn from it? How did you know it was for you? These questions, and others like it, underpin the questions raised by posthumanist...Continue reading
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The disruption caused by Covid-19 has derailed current plans by universities and accelerated future ones due to the speed and intensity of its impact. It may be fair to assume that past...Continue reading
Research has shown that deaf children experience disadvantage in the education system (Berry, 2017). This disadvantage is associated with a lack of tailored pedagogy, being educated in...Continue reading
In October 2019 I travelled to the US to explore the benefits of oracy-centred teaching strategies and expeditionary learning for the development of the speaking, listening, reading and writing...Continue reading
Multimodal learning analytics: A promising avenue to measure cognitive load during online complex problem solving?
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, online learning in higher education is gaining in popularity more than ever. Since online learning is so prevalent, it is important that online courses offer learning...Continue reading
Teachers across the world have never had to work so hard or so creatively. As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, professional development that would otherwise have taken years has been crammed...Continue reading
Donald Clark (CEO at WildFire Learning) published a thoughtful blog post on 27 March: ‘I fear,’ he began, ‘that the UK University system has been myopic regarding online learning’ (Clark,...Continue reading
As a formal nominating body, BERA has been invited to nominate additional panel members for the REF sub-panel for education. This is specifically to address gaps identified by existing members of...