Ken Muir, Chief Executive and Registrar of The General Teaching Council for Scotland - Reflections on the first year of the new National Qualifications. Link to report.
Copy first, then transform one idea, then combine different ideas into new ideas.
- Good artists copy, masters steal.
- My taste is impeccable even if I cannot execute to it yet.
Martin Hawksey, Jenny Crow and Natalie Lafferty discuss the conference.
Martin Hawksey Innovation, Community & Technology @A_L_T Martin Hawksey (mhawksey) | Twitter MASHe | The musing of Martin Hawksey (EdTech Explorer)
Natalie Lafferty Director of Technology in Learning at the College of Medicine, Dentistry & Nursing, University of Dundee
Natalie Lafferty (nlafferty) | Twitter, Natalie Lafferty – Interested in e-learning in medical education, #FOAMed, football, arts & more | about.me, e-LiME | Jottings on e-learning and on its application to medical education
Jenny Crow e-Learning Developer University of West of Scotland. Jenny Crow (JennnCrow) | Twitter
eAssessment Scotland Keynote Conversation
Peter Reed Lecturer (TEL), Faculty of Health & LIfe Sciences, University of Liverpool. Peter Reed (reedyreedles) | Twitter, The Reed Diaries, Peter Reed about.me
Peters post about his presentation: eAssessment Scotland Conference #eas14 (inc. slides)
Dr Mark Glynn Head of Teaching Enhancement Unit in Dublin City University. Mark Glynn (glynnmark) | Twitter, Technology Enhanced Learning | Enhancing the learning experience for teachers and students
Lynn Boyle Boyledsweetie (boyledsweetie) | Twitter Lecturer in Childhood Practice and Lead Officer for TESTA
Radio Edutalk was at the eAssessment Scotland in Dundee 5th September 2014. This is one of several conversation recorded. This is the first.
Derek Jones in conversation with Prof Peter Hartley, and Prof Mike Press.
Prof Peter Hartley Peter Hartley (profpeterbrad) | Twitter.