I’ve been blogging about my sewing journey but now a lot of my time is taken up with my academic life; I have started a PhD with a focus on inherited traumas and autoethnography.
I have had some reasons to think about the impact I have on students recently. Or more accurately, two of my students have firmly and clearly told me that I had an impact. You hope, when you teach, that you do. There are times that […]
I do like this song 🙂
One of the conversations that has been recurring for me is the “but why am I so tired” one. I’ve had it with students, and other staff, with family and with friends. The thing everyone forgets is that we’re six weeks into having a new […]
This is all about Virtual Learning Environments, digital tools and Open Educational Resources. I noticed that I am automatically doing some of the online things they are teaching without understanding the underpinning reasons – for example, I had directed people to forums for questions, so […]
I’ve now completed week two – a little belatedly due to taking a week’s annual leave and spending much of that sewing and gardening. I was particularly interested in the pedagogy underpinning the technologies. I am good with technology and pick it up swiftly but […]
So I have started the blended learning course. I’m also doing another about teaching online soon. This is timely since all teaching has gone online for our university. This is the course and I would recommend it just to get the materials even if you […]