Our latest book The LearningWheel: A Model of Digital Pedagogyby Deborah Kellsey and Amanda Taylor is now published. This accessible guide adds to emerging conversations about the use of technologies to support and indeed replace traditional teaching methodologies in a range of educational settings.
“This book offers valuable insights and practical guidance on how technology can actually transform learning...this is an essential guide for those who are supporting staff with their development of their digital practice, as well as for those staff who are wishing to develop their own” Sarah Knight, Senior Co-design Manager, Student Experience, Jisc
The deadline for entries to the Critical Writing Prize 2017 for the best student essay demonstrating high levels of critical thinking is 5.00 pm 31 January 2017. The prize is open to any undergraduate or postgraduate student from the full range of social work and education related disciplines.
The winner will receive Critical Publishing books to the value of £200 and the winning entry will be posted on The Critical Blog. Please click on the link below for further details.
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