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Blended learning

Posted on 18 Sep 2014 with 0 comments
Blended learning Collaboration Pedagogy Teacher education

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The publication of a scholarly handbook on blended learning, as the result of a nationally funded project, is a most welcome addition to the research literature. The handbook is outlined on a rich website that is really worth perusing. The handbook describes in detail good online learning design and teaching practices. It is an absolute educational treasure.


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Staff confidence

Posted on 11 Sep 2014 with 0 comments
Collaboration Educational leadership Teacher education

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DERN reports on an impressive professional development program that focuses on teacher learning of digital literacy skills. The project has recently reported on the results of their collaborative work and an impressive 21% increase in educational digital literacy skill and confidence has been noted.


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