I had the pleasure last week of working for a day and a half with a group of staff from one of our academic departments, planning a significant project that will see two full programs redeveloped for online teaching over the next two years. The energy, enthusiasm, and openness to ideas of the group was inspiring, and a delight to be involved with.
I promised that I’d put a few links here for them of interesting blogs to do with teaching and learning online:
bgblogging – Barbara Ganley uses blogs extensively in her teaching, and reflects in that in this blog.
2 cents Worth – David Warlick’s ‘Occasional thoughts about education teaching, learning & the 21st century’
blog of proximal development – Konrad Glogowski’s blo on ‘teaching.blogging.learning’
EdWired – a weblog devoted to the teaching nad learning of history online
Christopher D Sessums :: Blog -Teaching, learning, and computing
While Christopher works in the schools sector, his thoughtful and reflective posts are often relevant to all levels of learning.
Tama’s eLearning Blog – ‘an eLearning blog with podcasting & blogospheric inclinations’
Tama Leavy is a lecturer in Higher Education in the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning at the University of Western Australia.
academhack – TechTools for Academics