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Teaching with Technology (part 2)

The first segment of this post  discussed the use of technology in teaching highlighting the central role that network technology has played in the civil unrest and ousting of dictatorships in the persian gulf. Teachers tend not to be at

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Teaching with Technology (Pt 1)

Any doubts about the extreme relevance of network technology to the generation of ‘digital natives’ should be put to rest by the recent happenings in the middle east. The ‘facebook revolutions’ which toppled government regimes in Tunisia and Egypt, were

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The effective Teacher – Planning

Many PhDs are minted without having taught a college class. While they may be proficient in their fields, the ability to convey that knowledge meaningful is another skill altogether. Of course there’s the prospect of just reproducing the things you

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Learning Assessment

When I was in secondary school in the 80s and early 90s there was a vogue term in educational circles ‘continuous assessment’ and the understanding of this was that we would be tested continuously to form part of our final

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