Monthly Archives: March 2016

Learning styles discussion

Recently during the BlendKit2016 MOOC with Florida University I stumbled across this discussion.  Learning styles for years bandied about in Education nothing really new and as a dyslexic visual learner made perfect  sense to me. Then the post extolling the … Continue reading

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Week 4 BlendKit2016 Reaction

Four weeks in, plenty of reading, thinking and writing. The Blended aspects of this week’s sessions and activities has really focused my attention onto the relationship and documentation between the Face to Face and Online content and interaction. Documenting how … Continue reading

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Week3 BlendKit2016 focus

What is it about the timetable for a course that catches you unaware?  You do the first 2 weeks all on time and completely, then week 3 arrives almost unannounced and then is gone.   Good intension are not enough … Continue reading

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Week 2 of the BlendKit 2016 Interactions

It is so important for lecturers, designers and developers of online courses to be involved and be a student in a blended course.  It is easy to sit in an office, well easy is not the right word really, it … Continue reading

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