It’s the Learning, Stupid

ICT's, e-Learning and everything else that puts Learning First

May, 2012

Moodle Forums – still the tool with the most potential to improve learning

I just had a reflective read through my e-fellow research report written in 2008 and was struck by how, four years later, the Blended Learning Model is so much more relevant today. In 2008, using Moodle’s forum tool, I encouraged a Year 11 History class to interact with the course content through a blend of […]

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Google Sites – Enabling students to aspire to a higher quality of research and presentation work

Last year my Year 9 History class was about to embark on their task of researching Old Boys from their school who fought in the First World War. The dual purpose of the topic was for these new entrants to learn about the history of their school, their country at the time and the battle […]

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"Schools should explore not only how ICT can supplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning"
-The NZ Curriculum (p36)

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