It’s a cheeky double, where we speak with Head of School of Digital Education Liz Ellis, and Programme Manager at the Open University, Alice Gallagher! It’s ostensibly about the intersect between games and practice, but we also end up having a lovely chat about all sorts of games, and how knackered we all were three… Continue reading Liz Ellis, Alice Gallagher and terraforming foxes – PGZ@PL games and practice mini
It’s a very special episode! We’ll be descending to the smoky depths of the pedagogical open mic club, where a patter of polymath pedagogues propound for your listening pleasure! Join Mike C, Grainne O, Mark C, Liz E, Mark W, Beccy C, Paul A and Chris C in performances and discussions that cover neuromyths, schools… Continue reading The Pedagodzilla Open Mic Night (Ft. Gamification)
This episode, join us as Learning Design professionals from four of the UK’s most prestigious universities come together to help Hogwarts, the magical school for witchcraft and wizardy, pivot from magical to non magical teaching. Why you may ask? Because of a terrible disease that’s ravaged the wizarding world and disrupted everyone’s lives! Any similarities… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Learning Design Proposal
It’s the second in our three part miniseries, WHERE’S MY HOVERBOARD?! Where we take some of our future prediction principles from part 1 and then bash them up against some of the big things that were supposed to transform education…but didn’t, and then look ahead to things that might actually have a fighting chance. And… Continue reading Minority report or majority thought? The didn’ts and mightses of the future of ed-tech
This week Mike is joined by Liz Ellis as we look at Critical Digital Pedagogy through the lens of Starfleet, the Prime Directive, and the best (insert hate mail here) series of Star Trek. Is Critical pedagogy a massive subject in itself? Would it have been more sensible to do a separate episode on that… Continue reading How does the Critical Digital Pedagogy help Starfleet boldly go where no one has gone before?