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Key pointers from ‘Lost and found’

(dis)location

From Usher and Edward’s paper I have tried to garner the key pointers offered which will help me to interpret the changes implied for teaching, learning and research.

the reader becomes the potential author
experts are dislocated in the security of their roles
the traditional and emerging  blur expertise boundaries
there is a ‘diaspora  space of hybridity’
the self-regulating [...]

‘uncanny digital pedagogies’

This marks my return to my blog after an enforced absence; having a medical problem myself, trying to teach effectively, looking after a household, two dogs, five cats and two rabbits plus a wife recovering from a major operation showed me just how much clay my feet were made of.

I celebrated my return by starting [...]

Pedagogy for the 21st Century

Short video on a pedagogy for the future – our existing model is too old and out of touch- we need to consider learners as co-constructors

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Embodied absence, uncanny pedagogy and prosethetic devices

Above is a digital collage of all my presences on the web – I tried to put this up on Wallwisher a few weeks ago but I couldn’t embed it. At the time, I commented ‘my fragmented and distributed self’ and now having read Sian I can see that it is also evidence of [...]