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Category Archives: Blended Learning

Chromebooks for Blended Learning – BETT 2014

Here are my slides from BETT 2014. The general ideas are that: There is a brick wall of technology that gets in the way of learning.Many laptops or desktop computers used in schools are unreliable, the workflow for sharing and collaboration on them is tedious and, in many other ways, …

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Blended Learning Infographic


#TMBlended Evaluation Infographic

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#TMBlended Videos

Menu Colin Hegarty – Flipped Learning Bruno Reddy – How to make sure they watch the video Darren Murphy – Google Apps and Moodle Colin Hegarty – Flipped learning Resources Colin’s slides Mr Hegarty YouTube channel Bruno Reddy – How to make sure they watch the video Resources Bruno’s slides …

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#TMBlended – First ‘blended learning’ TeachMeet, London 11th July

What is #TMBlended? This is the first ever TeachMeet event to focus on blended learning! In the UK, there is a growing number of teachers who have thrown themselves into blended learning as a way to improve learning outcomes in their classes. Others have been dabbling tentatively and others are …

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10 things to check before starting flipped learning

Asked by @MsFindlater for some advice on getting going with flipped learning, I spontaneously came up with 10 things to check before taking the plunge. Check that… All or nearly all pupils have internet at home (or you’ve thought of workarounds for those who don’t). You can create or curate …

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Equipment for recording videos

For the blended learning work I have been doing, I set up a little recording station and try to blast through a sequence of short videos in a row. It takes a bit of time to set up the equipment and I find that it’s best to get a few …

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Press Cutting: Google: giving teaching back to the teacher?

Links Journalist – Peter Gothard – Education section

Chromebooks or iPads for my students?

Let’s get this out of the way up front. I’m brand agnostic. I use Microsoft, Apple and Google products every day. I enjoy using their hardware and their software for professional and for personal purposes. This is not an Apple vs Google debate. This is about technology in the classroom …

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Time-Shifted Teaching (aka Flipped Learning)

After umpteen conversations explaining the meaning of flipped learning to people, I decided to coin a term that does what it says on the tin. No prizes for rolling off the tongue but you’re welcome to suggest something slicker in the comments.

Using Google to Flip the Classroom

Slides from my presentation at Bett 2013.