Recently I've been trying to make chemistry and biology sessions for my undergrads a little more interesting. I've started experimenting with the inclusion of some AR in my lectures to try and aid visual learners to see what I'm talking about, and kinesthetic learners a chance to 'have a go' and interact with an object. … Continue reading Experimenting with AR and teaching
This is somewhere I have wanted to go for a long time. I knew that would be passing when we went away for the weekend so made a little time for a visit. Even though I'd like to talk about the aquarium (which is pretty amazing), I need to keep on the TEL topic I … Continue reading The Deep/Hull
On my way through the Scottish Highlands for a Puffin watching trip to Handa Island, I was told to pop into this little brown cafe to the side of the road. This was only a flying visit, a quick look in the shop and to have a play in a sandbox. To call it a … Continue reading TEL AR in an unlikely Geo Park
If I had one 'go to' app it would be OneNote. Other thank Outlook and Skype, I have it open all the time. For academics, I think collaboration is an important skill that is underestimated. Within our team I share a lot of administrative bits for my modules using OneNote. Lesson plans, sessions, assessment notes. … Continue reading OneNote
Tonight I took part in the last #LTHEchat before an Easter break...