Reading Time: 3 minutesSelf-Determination Theory frames motivation around these 3 experiences as individuals: autonomy, competence, and relatedness. How can we develop an EdTech model which have a model that is more intrinsically motivated?Read more "Self Determined EdTech #codesign17"
Reading Time: 1 minutesUsing twitter data from the #4wordpedagogy hashtag I have created a semi-interactive data set. I am hoping that this means the data is now less “static”. In this data model I have merely extracted the number of mentions each person has received based on the #4wordpedagogy hashtag activity. Roll your mouse over the circles to find out who they are.Read more "The #4wordpedagogy phenomenon."
Reading Time: 3 minutesI have gradually begun to take control of my own data. Having always been interested in Open Education and the extension of this to control my own data I have made a number of changes over the years to how I manage my own data & control my own technologies.Read more "Owning just a little more of my data."
Reading Time: 1 minutesMy blog is sad and feels neglected, but I won’t apologise for that.
After all I don’t get paid to blog, it’s a value added, a plus, a personal activity. I do sometimes think that perhaps I should be blogging more but then I just get a reality check & I get over it.
Reading Time: 3 minutesWhilst the #ukoer funding established a number of high quality OER repositories over the period of funding we are now seeing some (not all) of these disappear into the ether.Read more "The challenges of maintaining OER repositories, but why we must never stop trying."
Reading Time: 5 minutesIf our learning technologies should change then shouldn’t our roles in supporting it? A response to a post by Lawrie Phipps.Read more "What’s in a name?"
Reading Time: 2 minutesAt the recent #jisccreativity event we proposed an idea for a geo-located mentoring app for (university) students. We decided it was a bit like YikYak but with a purpose.Read more "Yik Yak with Purpose?"