Monthly Archives: August 2013

Technology and education

I’ve just finished reading an article on technology in the classroom: ‘Giving kids iPads won’t solve the educational challenge’ (http://www.infoworld.com/d/consumerization-of-it/giving-kids-ipads-wot-solve-the-education-challenge-224485) by Galin Gruman. I found it a really refreshing look at technology and the classroom. While most places seem to … Continue reading

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When is support not supportive?

As part of the course I deliver, students have to complete small projects. The idea behind the projects is that students are introduced to academic culture in a non-academic context (they are low-level EAP students): they have to find information … Continue reading

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