Many peer observations will be happening in live online classrooms in the coming months. Managers and practitioners are thinking about how to approach observations in a non-threatening way. If you want to design and run peer observations, this blog post will give you some practical ideas and considerations to get you started.
Zac discusses digital tools that we can use for developing digital learning resources and what we must consider when selecting which to use.
Webinar Recording of Lis Parcell and Zac Gribble leading a session on effective digital learning development. Thinking about defining a digital learning resource and best practices for copyright, inclusion, privacy and images. Aimed at the WBL,ACL and FE sectors in Wales
Jisc subject specialists Zac Gribble and John Kelly discuss the importance of copyright when developing effective digital learning rescources.
Scott shares the outputs from the ‘Myth-busting digital pedagogy’ workshops delivered in collaboration with the FE sector. Details of how to get involved with Jisc’s digital pedagogy deep dive working group are also included.
Lis Parcell reflects on what “digital learning resources” might mean for the post-16 sector in Wales.
Making teaching videos can be an excellent way of engaging learners. After 15 years of helping educators create video in various forms I’ve learnt that it can also be complicated, infuriating and time-consuming. At a time when you’re already under a lot of pressure, you want to spend what time and energy you have wisely. […]
Scott shares the findings from two recent online events focusing on wellbeing issues from across the FE sector.
Scott shares his reflections on a recent debate from a Jisc webinar about whether cameras should be on or off in live sessions.
Chris looks at how a recent design update to virtual meeting software, an example of skeuomorphism, might have an unintentional impact on teaching and learning practice.