April 24, 2006

Conclusions

Research potential:
Inviting comment on research. Getting input from the wider world.
Keeping research notes in one place and categorised.

Alumni / Marketing blog:
Providing a way for former students to talk about their former jobs.

Motivation through recognition

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In previous years, I've had a session to introduce my students (Master's level, all teachers of English with at least 2 years experience) to the idea of problem-based learning. I'd like to explore doing that using blogs, which I think could have potential.
I think I may also think about doing follow-up "case studies", where, having thought about the theory and practice of learning issues, students comment on particular scenarios which will (hopefully!) be similar to their own experience.
Ruby

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