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Terry and I went to Cromwell

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Terry Marler and myself went to Cromwell Campus to talk with a small group of teachers there about flexible and online teaching and learning. Terry and I drove up the night before so we could get an early start there, and stayed to 3pm the next day.

In the session we talked about the future of teaching and learning in a networked world, online pedagogy, quite a bit of hands on with Black Board 6, using AFLF Toolboxes, Wikis, Blogs, image and video sharing and socially networked software.

Apart from some minor issues with filters Terry or I knew nothing about blocking some of the things we needed to show and talk about, It was quite a good day, overviewing quite a number of practices and issues in education. The group is very friendly, has a good moral, and over all seem keen to proceed with developing more flexible learning options for their courses.

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