Educators around the world are transiting to teaching online. Many schools are training & tasking their teachers to create educational videos, which they can use to facilitate online teaching during this period when our schools are still closed. This post will suggest 8 tips for creating educational videos.
I’m sure as a teacher, you must have heard that the role of the educator is moving from that of the “Sage on the stage” to the “Guide on the side”. What does this mean?
There is an increase in the access and use of technology, especially among students. Students are getting excited about owning a smartphone or tablet. However,… Read More »Technology Access and Use VS Learning In Education
It was an exciting past week as I just returned from the Digital Education Show Africa Conference, 18th – 19th October. I had looked forward… Read More »My Reflections from the Digital Education Show Africa 2016
Something is missing in our equation for applying technology in education and that’s the cause for all failures – right, digital pedagogy! Technology is only a tool; we must get our principles right.
Research has shown that though mobile technology is a great tool in our teaching and learning experience, many who use it only use it to increase efficiency and not necessarily effectiveness. This article provides 5 suggestions of how to effectively use mobile technology in the classroom.
This week’s articulate e-learning challenge was to design an interaction to teach any math concept online. With several math concepts from simple additions, to number groupings, use of slide rule, right to complex permutations, it was both fun and engaging for me, to watch all entries pour in!Read More »Let’s Learn to Say the Time