correlation≠causation: How to get over the threshold of false assumptions

December 3, 2014

Recently, I have become interested in threshold concepts – also highlighted in the innovating pedagogy report. I am particularly interested in the crossroad between thresholds and assessment. [slideshare id=33855377&doc=keynote-april23-140423104550-phpapp02] For anyone involved with gathering, interpreting, reviewing or simply reading quantitative … Continued

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‘Innovating Pedagogy’ Report 2014

December 2, 2014

The Open University has released the 2014 edition of its ‘Innovating Pedagogy‘ report, the third edition of an annual educational technology trend report. While the timelines may remind you of  the Horizon Report, the methodology for gathering the trends is … Continued

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E-Learn 2014 Presentations

November 13, 2014

From  October 27-30, I attended the 19th annual, international conference AACE E-Learn in New Orleans. Here are the slides for my talks:  

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The MOOC Rollercoaster – Resources – Special Issue of JOLT

May 28, 2014

This is definetely on my reading list. http://jolt.merlot.org/currentissue.html Foreword to the Special Section: MOOCs – Evolution or Revolution? Sir John Daniel i-iv * Research Papers * Challenges to Research in MOOCs Helene Fournier, Rita Kop, and Guillaume Durand 1-15 Participants’ … Continued

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