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Here’s your starter for ten: what does the phrae ‘digital learning’ mean to you? To the author of this funny and enlightening look at how every teacher can bring technology successfully into his or her classroom, ‘digital learning’ is quite simply the inevitable future of education whether you like it or not. And if you don’t like it, whilst he’s reasonably sympathetic, he’s determined to change your mind – for your sake, and for the sake of your students. In a series of “musings, whinges and strategies” he nimbly covers a dizzyingly massive range of techie topics, from ‘life after death by PowerPoint’, to developing a collaborative learning culture through social media, in a way that can easily be taken on board, whatever the level of digital awareness and competence of the reader. Yes, he’s irreverent, and occasionally frustrated, but he’s also positive and realistic – this is above all an empowering read, which could genuinely change the way you think about teaching and learning.
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