Models of Learning: #tmoxon presentation

I was asked a few weeks ago to present at TeachMeet Oxfordshire by organiser Matt Lovegrove. Although I’m no longer in the classroom and couldn’t make it in person, I thought it was a great opportunity to share stuff I wish I’d known when I was still in schools. Below is my slightly-more-than-7-minute video on ‘models of learning’. Relevant links can be found underneath and it’s best viewed fullscreen! :-p

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8redmVlDROs?rel=0&w=640&h=390]

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Relevant links:

Update: As requested by a fair few people, I’ve explained how I made this video over at Doug’s FAQ

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  1. Your presentation here is intriguing and I wanted to add this resource to your discussion:
    Bereiter, C., & Scardamalia, M. (1986). Educational relevance of the study of expertise. Interchange, 17(2), 10-19. Their premise is that expertise is a process, not a place or a description.

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