Monthly Archives: May 2013

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See on Scoop.it – ITT EdTech Mark Ayton‘s insight: What’s happening with the FE and Skills teaching qualifications framework? Following the BIS commissioned LSIS review published in January a new guide for learning providers has been produced. Find links to … Continue reading

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Teacher’s Guide to Creating Facebook Group for Students

See on Scoop.it – Higher EdTech After posting about how to create a Google Plus community for your class one of my readers here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning  asked about whether there is a way to do the … Continue reading

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The Growth of the Hybrid Meeting

See on Scoop.it – Higher EdTech Blog: Technology and LearningWe are all trying to figure out the best way to include remote colleagues in our team meetings.  A number of factors have come together to drive the use of online tools … Continue reading

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Learning Is Not About The Technology

See on Scoop.it – ITT EdTech Learning Is Not About The Technology (It’s NOT about the tech, it’s about the LEARNING (except when it IS about the tech) #edtech #elearning http://t.co/tiKRInhj1s)… Mark Ayton‘s insight: By focusing on designing a learning … Continue reading

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10 Google Plus Communities Every Teacher should Know about ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

See on Scoop.it – ITT EdTech RT @MoodleMcKean: 10 Google Plus Communities Every Teacher should Know about http://t.co/rlQcSuJFIJ #GPlus #edchat #elearning #GApps Mark Ayton‘s insight: If you’re struggling to break into the use of technology in your delivery you have … Continue reading

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Higher Education Technology Blogs

See on Scoop.it – Higher EdTech The best blogs on MOOCs, cloud computing, mobile learning, social media, digital pedagogy and more. Mark Ayton‘s insight: If you’re in HE, want to know more about EdTech, but really don’t where to start, … Continue reading

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Intro to Google Apps for Education – JISC

See on Scoop.it – ITT EdTech An introduction to Google in Education including Apps for Education a free set of communication and collaboration tools. Mark Ayton‘s insight: Google Apps for Education is BIG in every sense! It’s everywhere, and there’s … Continue reading

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