Tag Archives: CPD

Stephen Downes on the Role of the Educator

First written for the National CPD Team Blog I came across this really thought-provoking blogpost written by Stephen Downes, the Canadian education technology research specialist, it’s  a probing insight into many issues which resonate with the thinking of the National CPD … Continue reading

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The future of teacher education

This morning, being another stuck-in-the-snow day (groan), I listened to the MFL flashmeeting that happened last night. It was really nice to see all the folks who were taking part – some of them do feel like real friends now, even … Continue reading

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The #Glaikit Lurkers Debate

This was the most interesting part of the last two days for me. If you’ve been following the #glaikit twitterstream, you don’t need any further explanation. If not, I’ve spent the last two days in a sort of creative hothouse … Continue reading

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M.Ed:- Research Time!

I now need to start thinking about my research: what to focus on? It’s much harder than it seems. Initially I thought I’d like to do something on the PRD process and how it is perceived. Actually nailing the questions … Continue reading

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The new paradigm

I really enjoyed listening to Sir Ken Robinson and following the fantastic animation of his talk from Julie Boyd’s blog  forwarded on to me by my good friend Hilary McColl – always a great source of useful links, thought and … Continue reading

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