Trans / Michael Jackson humour Show more
Not a fan of the man, but this tickled me
Somewhat bad taste humour Show more
Rather unfortunate file name truncation there, for module descriptor “The Emerging Graduate Physiotherapist”
Some random notes from #CanvasCon afternoon keynote by Alex Beard (Natural Born Learner) - Jobs which are least likely to be automated are those which involve creation; Practice makes perfect, but it doesn’t make new; Teaching is so esteemed in Finland that there are 10 applicants for every place.
#CanvasCon quote of the morning: how do you get students to change fixed mental models?
Take away: small incremental changes from ground up; ask and engage students.
To research further: Muller, Sharma and Reimann on cognitive load theory: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/sce.20244
Canvas Commons preview tool coming soon. Will make for many happy bunnies. #CanvasCon
625 people from 300 institutions at #CanvasCon today. 4 years ago there were only 35.
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