I have been lecturing at Masters level in the use of ICT/Technology since 2001. Here you will find a lectures on specific topics and links to interesting readings. Each of the lectures lasts between 20 and 30 minutes. There is also guidance on what tools you could learn to use related to your area of interest as well as useful references for each resource. Just click on any of the links below and sit back.This has just been released but please come back regulary as I will be adding new videos each week.
This is probably the most important set of videos on this website and takes you through all the work that helped me to win 3 educational awards, several national newspaper articles and even an appearance on TV. Watch these videos...
Blogging is one of the most misunderstood technologies in teaching and learning. Whenever I present work on blogging, teachers are surprized to see what it can and how versatile it is. Watch this quick lecture which includes real examples of blogs and a quick start to working with blogging.
Russell Stannard talks about Blooms Taxonomy and why it is so helpful to apply to our teaching and learning. He links it to the Flipped Classroom, Social Constructivism and ICT.
This is based on Russell's work as a consultant working on a whole range of Blended Learning consultancy projects. A quick and really useful lecture for anyone blending their learning.
If you are interested in the Flipped Classrom and want to learn a bit more about the theory of the Flipped Classroom but also how to put it into practice then this lecture will be very useful.
A really popular lecture that I have given in about 26 different countries around the world. I have now produced an on-line version that provides some useful links and really useful tips about what you will need to consider if you want to get your students recording themselves speaking and developing their autonomy.