I am developing an online course in conjunction with the PLE@CQUni project. Following is an initial draft introduction for my learning design blueprint as part of my study of Instructional Design in Adult Education course. My main concern with my plan is cognitive load, especially when learners have limited time. I am thinking an approach... Continue Reading →
The Eportfolio Tug-of-war
Foreword This blog post has seen me fall into old habits with my blogging. It has turned into a very large document and has taken considerable time to write. Not how I wish to blog. My apologies if its too much to digest. 🙂 Damien. Introduction I have tried to capture a broad, but shallow... Continue Reading →
Biggs: Teaching for Quality Learning at University – My journey
I am in the process of reading Biggs (2003). I am going to be blogging my thoughts, ideas, and activities associated with this book as a method of reflection and engagement with the edusphere around constructivism, constructive alignment, and curriculum design. If you are interested, please join me on this journey. 🙂 Initially I planned... Continue Reading →
Do you eat your own dogfood?
We are constantly promoting the use of social networking services to our teaching staff at CQUni as potential learning and teaching tools. The educational technology landscape is abuzz with talk about reflective blogs, collaborative wikis and so on. Of the roughly 139 papers presented at ASCILITE 2008 in Melbourne, 22 (~ 16%) were specifically related... Continue Reading →