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Quality teaching
Posted by: Simon Evans on the 04/10/2012
I love the point Tony makes about it coming down to the quality of the teaching. I remember when I was teaching there was much talk on the use of an IWB and there a lot of discussion around the fact that IWBs won’t make a bad teacher good or a good teacher great. It always comes down to the quality of the teacher and how they teach. Whether it is IWBs or Mobile phones. The great teacher will be looking to use a technology to support student teaching and learning. Pedagogy comes first, the tools are there to support that learning process.
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Quality teaching
Posted by: Simon Evans on the 04/10/2012
I love the point Tony makes about it coming down to the quality of the teaching. I remember when I was teaching there was much talk on the use of an IWB and there a lot of discussion around the fact that IWBs won’t make a bad teacher good or a good teacher great. It always comes down to the quality of the teacher and how they teach. Whether it is IWBs or Mobile phones. The great teacher will be looking to use a technology to support student teaching and learning. Pedagogy comes first, the tools are there to support that learning process.
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Speaker: Tony Ryan

Education consultation and writer Tony Ryan talks at Ulearn11 about how technology in the classroom relies on good pedagogy in order to be a meaningful resource. Tony believes we should explore pedagogies and learning models such as connectivism and the use of mobile devices to enable new ways to create and co-create knowledge. 

Views 8,847
Date added: 14 Nov 2011
Duration: 6:34

Using tools to the best pedagogical advantage

Education consultation and writer Tony Ryan talks at Ulearn11 about how technology in the classroom relies on good pedagogy in order to be a meaningful resource. Tony believes we should explore pedagogies and learning models such as connectivism and the use of mobile devices to enable new ways to create and co-create knowledge. 

Views 8,847 Date added: 02/10/2012

Using tools to the best pedagogical advantage

Date added: 02/10/2012

Using tools to the best pedagogical advantage

Education consultation and writer Tony Ryan talks at Ulearn11 about how technology in the classroom relies on good pedagogy in order to be a meaningful resource. Tony believes we should explore pedagogies and learning models such as connectivism and the use of mobile devices to enable new ways to create and co-create knowledge. 

Views 8,847 Date added: 02/10/2012

Using tools to the best pedagogical advantage

Date added: 02/10/2012
Quality teaching
Posted by: Simon Evans on the 04/10/2012
I love the point Tony makes about it coming down to the quality of the teaching. I remember when I was teaching there was much talk on the use of an IWB and there a lot of discussion around the fact that IWBs won’t make a bad teacher good or a good teacher great. It always comes down to the quality of the teacher and how they teach. Whether it is IWBs or Mobile phones. The great teacher will be looking to use a technology to support student teaching and learning. Pedagogy comes first, the tools are there to support that learning process.
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