Monthly Archives: April 2013
day one of the week and I have already completed my task for the week ( if you only do one thing this week do this…) The task is to do some surveys which test fitness to be on an On-line Course. … Continue reading
Last week I did the live webinair which taught me at least one new thing: the drop out rate on MOOCs is very very high. So this is Week One of the course (last week was week 0). There are … Continue reading
The first webinair of the course today, About 100 people, from all over the world, logged onto listen to speakers, none of whom I have heard of, although they may be quite prolific in their field. The speakers speak, and their powerpoints … Continue reading
Day two of the course and my bewilderment is only increasing. What is it all about? What am I supposed to be learning? Maybe it will all become clear at the end of the course, but it is interesting to … Continue reading
Day One 3.4.13 Why this diary? Why this name? I am on the first day of a course which will, hopefully enhance my ability to use technology, specifically to enhance my teaching practice. I am calling the diary of a reluctant technophile because I … Continue reading
Who am I and why am I blogging? This is an experiment. I am on a course which is intended to help me get to grips with Technology Enhanced Learning and daily blogs are a part of that. So, as … Continue reading
“The unexamined life is not worth living” Socrates. “It’s the relationship that heals” Irving Yalom Are these quotations contradictory?