More Than Blended Learning

In reality, blended learning has been in existence for decades but as a term in common usage in education and recognised as a legitimate approach, it has become fashionable only during the 21st Century. Essentially, mixing and matching a range of approaches and media to learning and teaching intentions is at the heart of blended […] View Article

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Moving towards learner autonomy – Stephen Downes on personal learning in a networked world

Yesterday I attended our new series NetworkEDGE: The Future of Education online, because we live stream (and record) these things and therefore I could. We were lucky enough to have Stephen Downes inaugurate, and I watched, listened and tweeted along. Downes shared his utopian anti-institutional view of education with us and that’s the kind of thing I lap up. […] View Article

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