The Nitty Gritty – 25+ Pragmatic Tips for Independent Learning and University Success
Part 2 of 3 of a presentation at the University English Centres of Australia (UECA) PD Fest, at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) – Insearch, May 12, 2018
Internet & Communications Technology (ICT) followed by processes and strategies are the focus of the third part. In ICT the flipped classroom, Googling, connectivism, reverse engineering, splitting the monitor screen, grammarly software, Google Docs voice typing, find functions, Google Translate, bookmarks, video to MPS conversion, book summaries, audio books, and finally Wikipedia are highlighted.
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- Tech that adapts to student’s style of learning and thinking
- Creation of immersive and compelling environments e.g video games
- Social networks to increase student interaction
- DOWNSIDE How to learn grit?
Would They Play? Would They Learn? Finding the Sweet Spot between Games and Learning
Thank you to Denver Craig from Think Education for posting this on Linkedin.