Why are so many of our teachers and schools so successful? John Hattie at TEDxNorrkoping

Interesting talk of Professor John Hattie in Sweeden. He talks about key factors for improving student’s achievements at Schools What surprised me the most, was the amount of topics listed which hardly affect the student’s achievement although most people think that they actually do it. You can also listen an interview in a BBC chanel …

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e-assessment: Interesting data about typing versus handwriting in exams

Surfing the web looking for some e-assessment references for my next task in the subject of ‘Researching method in e-learning‘, I arrived to an Australian project called Transforming exams. There I found a PDF paper titled ‘e-Exams: 2014 UQ Trial outcomes‘ with interesting data about two interesting issues: One is the reasons given by students …

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Implementing e-learning

Today I found via Tony Bates a web page titled Implementing e-learning: a toolkit for training organisations. with useful infographics about e.learning topics.  The first infographic represents the well-known ADDIE model and it’s interactive. Tony Bates was questioning in a blog post the validity of that model for small e-learning projects. The blog post is …

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