In which I get cross about something I just read. Why do some people talk about safety and security as commodities that can be supplied by technology?
I once explained to someone that I was an “advocate
for technology in education”, back in the day.
I can’t put my finger on when that changed but I don’t think it’s the case any longer. It hasn’t been for a while. So what am I an advocate for?
Lawrie’s been at it again! Following a conversation with Amber Thomas, he posted last night about classic tales and our relationship with ed tech referring to classics like “Stone Soup”, “The Emperor’s New Clothes” and so on and he asked for people to contribute ideas for other narrative types that characterise the ed tech landscape. […]
My taxi ride on the way to catch the Glasgow train yesterday turned a little surreal. After a brief chat about the ins and outs of booking taxis using apps, the taxi driver, a chatty but slightly intense man in his fifties, announced he was a member of the Anti Technology League. He didn’t own […]
Recently, I found out I’d passed the final dissertation part of the MSc I’d been studying for at Sheffield Hallam University: Technology Enhanced Learning Innovation and Change.
What I learnt between 2009 and now can wait for another blog post (or two), but given my role at Netskills it makes sense to talk about how I used technology to help put my dissertation together.