Month: July 2011

Just finished the eT@lking: EpCoP MOOC session. eT@lking is one of the many events that are organised by The Australia Series Learn Central group. The Australia Series are online events held at Australia-friendly times and are largely organised by and for Australian educators/professionals. Tonight’s eT@lking: EpCoP MOOC session was presented by Carole McCulloch. Carole introduced […]

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Today I participated in the Trainer and assessor currency program. I had completed the Certificate IV Training and Assessment in 2010, so taking part in the program will help to make sure my qualification stays current. It’s also a requirement under Standard 1 of the AQTF guidelines for vocational education and training (VET) practitioners who […]

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Just finished the eT@lking: Blogging++ session. eT@lking is one of the many events that are organised by The Australia Series Learn Central group. The Australia Series are Elluminate events held at Australia-friendly times and are largely organised by and for Australian educators/professionals. Tonight’s eT@lking: Blogging++ session was presented by Sue Wyatt. Sue spoke about her […]

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On July 16th I joined Giulia Forsythe, Ben Rimes, Jason Green, Zach Dowell, Bryan Jackson and Jim Groom in a friendly discussion lead by Tim Owens about Google+ using it’s Hangout feature. The new features of Google+ were discussed and how they could be used in an educational/storytelling context. Interesting stuff. Unfortunately, I had technical problems (Hangout and […]

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Rough workflow for a branching scenario activity. The learner is required to make a decision, they’re prompted with hint/extra information to help them make decision. Learner makes decision. Feedback is provided based on the learner’s decision. My revised branching scenario, a day later. Another revised branching scenario, a day later.

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After a few years in the workplace you begin to accumulate a lot of stuff in your office drawer. It becomes your personal archive of your workplace existence. A place for newspaper clippings, unlabelled CDs or DVDs containing forgotten data that was burnt long ago. I call it my office drawer archive. This newspaper clipping […]

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After a few years in the workplace you begin to accumulate a lot of stuff in your office drawer. It becomes your personal archive of your workplace existence. A place for newspaper clippings, unlabelled CDs or DVDs containing forgotten data that was burnt long ago. I call it my office drawer archive. This newspaper clipping […]

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