In these days of fast communication and information technology it’s worth considering the roll of pen to paper. Recent interviews with students underpin the need to take notes, not on an ipad or laptop but written notes – videos to follow…
This is also the case of understanding information and making notes creatively. Working with Tom Burns who recently ran a workshop to year 11 pupils from the London Academy (Edgware) School, Tom has highlighted the Six steps to success (SOCCER – also see: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/soccer/). The pupils have redirected their understand by producing their own interpretations in the form of creative drawings – the results of which can be seen below. This is a great way of retaining information of course but further to that it just looks cool!
Well done Tom and well done the pupils from the London Academy (Edgware) School.
For more creative videos - please check out: http://learning.londonmet.ac.uk/epacks/sophie/
Have you started to plan and design a MOOC?
Well, are you sure its not a SPOC? Check out the link to the BBC article:
Harvard plans to boldly go with 'Spocs'
By Sean Coughlan
BBC News education correspondent
Online courses have attracted millions. Now they are experimenting with limiting numbers
Chris O'Reilly is an Educational Technologist and freelance advisor for online educational learning material and development.