Monthly Archives: June 2012

Collaboration in Learning: Teaching in a Networked Age

Mal Lee and Lorrae Ward The shift to BYOT is one of the seemingly natural consequences flowing flowing from the whole school normalised use of the digital in its teaching. Another is the shift to a more collaborative mode of … Continue reading

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Riding the Megatrends

Mal Lee All school and educational technology leaders need to be evermore skilled in the art of reading and riding the megatrends. Once schools, as mentioned in an earlier article, have normalised the use of the digital and are evolving … Continue reading

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