1. Teaching tip 2: Act on the needs of your learners

    Unless you're teaching 4-unit Physics to a same-gender class in a pre-millenniallist sixth-day Baptist school, you're guaranteed to have a bunch of very very different learners, each with very different background knowledge, different learning styles, social skills, time-management skills, life situations, cultural backgrounds etc. One of the hardest ...

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  2. 35 Designers x 5 Questions

    Genie - our communications facilitator for our web design course - will love this!

    35 designers. 5 questions. 5 precise answers. Result: 175 professional suggestions, tips and ideas from some of the best web-developers all around the world.

    There are a few Australian designers in the 35, including Russ Weakly and Cameron ...

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  3. Do we need teachers of web design

    The number of incredible learning resources being generated by professional web designers never ceases to amaze me. Over the past few years, the wealth of professional web development blogs and resources has literally redefined my role as a "teacher". Whether it's knowing what questions you might be asked in ...

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  4. Visualising our learning

    While preparing for the start of next semester (and at the same time trying to help my daughter learn basic life skills) I keep thinking how useful it would be to be able to visualise our individual learning in a way that:

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