One big moment of teaching need

I feel negative, upset and like a failure. I've come home early from a Sunday afternoon class that should have been fun, interesting and a safe place to learn a new skill. Instead, I've wasted my money and my time. I'm annoyed with myself because I can't do the drawing we were learning, but I'm... Continue Reading →

Live online reflections

For the third year running I've hosted the live online presentations as part of the Learning Technologies Awards. It's 60 presentations over two weeks, so that's about 180 sessions I've hosted over the years. As I come to the end of the hosting for this year, there are a few small but interesting observations I... Continue Reading →

Virtual classrooms in numbers

How long should a virtual classroom session be? Half an hour, all day? How many people, six? 15? It's a challenge to know what is right. Often people ask me how many people should be in a virtual classroom. I recommend as few people as possible and the Lightbulb Moment virtual classroom courses I run... Continue Reading →

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