GL2010:day 02 cont

Nicholas Bowskill, University of Glasgow, UK on Shared Thinking as a Community Model of Induction and Transition


It was an interesting session on SHARED THINKING – a pedagogical innovation which focuses on (1) working as a whole group (2) the whole group as a resource for learning

To find out more, click on the link provided:


The next session is by Dr. Vanessa Chang from Curtin University, Australia which talks about Generation Y Learning in the 21st Century: Integration of Virtual Worlds and Cloud Computing Services

Here are some snapshots of the slides from Dr. Vanessa’s presentation; rationale of the research, preparatory analysis, lecturer and students’ perception of SecondLife and conclusion-futurework:-



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