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How Technology Improves Learning
A presentation as part of student induction in the Faculty of Education at Anglia Polytechnic University.
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Utilising Technology in Health and Social Work
A presentation to Health and Social Work faculty at Anglia Polytechnic University
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Analysing Real World Systems
This Masters level course unit to introduce the task of the modeller, was developed with Terry Hinton for teaching at the University of Surrey, using the Computers in the Curriculum Pipe simulation and Stella, the dynamic modelling system as examples.
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Programming and Software Development for HyperCard 2
These training courses were developed and delivered by myself with David Riley for Steve Everhard at Apple to update developers about the new capabilities of the second version of HyperCard.
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Sunderland University staff development
I lead this one-day staff development day for Helen Milner, then Deputy Director, Learning Development Services, to discuss the role of multimedia for teaching at HE level.
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New Media
A presentation at a one-day European Union 'Erasmus' event in Innsbruck, Austria as part of a relationship between Anglia Polytechnic University and other institutions responsible for teacher training.
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Multimedia in Education
A workshop at Nottingham Trent University with teacher education students.
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IT in Teaching, Learning and Assessment
This event at the South Bank University in London was a whole university staff development event at which I presented. I invited the organisers to give me a list of participants to randomly pick from (in my presentation in HyperCard) so that I could invite participation from the outset in steering my talk.
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Learning, Computers & the Primary Classroom
A residential conference aimed at continuing professional development for primary school teachers held in collaboration with the National Primary Centre
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Designing and Evaluating Educational Software
I presented on 'Multimedia - the new design paradigm?' at this British Council course organised by David Squires at Kings College London. My answer to the question 'is multimedia the new design paradigm?' was - 'There is no reason to leave out any sensory channel with current technology; but participative, communicative & learner-centred may better define the new design paradigm.'
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