Welcome to #edjournal
The online and PDF editions of #edjournal - volume 1, issue 1 are available to read now. Click here or use the navigation menu on the left.
An EPUB version will be available soon!
The first issue features the following articles:
If you would like to contribute to #edjournal please click on the following link and add the following info:
The 3rd issue will be due around Easter 2011 and the deadline for submissions is the 25th February 2011.
Articles for #edjournal (Click to open!)
The first edition of #edjournal is now available to be read online and the print version will follow shortly. Many thanks to the contributors and editors. Although later than intended, I hope it makes a nice Christmas present! The second issue on mobility is already well underway (having learned from the experience with the first) and will contain articles by:
Nathan Lowe and Katie Coburn of Flitch Green Primary on integrating ICT into their curriculum with a focus on the iPad
Doug Belshaw on Mobile Learning
Nick Dennis and Sarah Bushby on the mobile learning project at Felsted
James Michie on using Flip Video cameras to improve learning
David Rogers on using mobile applications in the geography classroom
In addition, we have book reviews on:
Clayton Christensen's Disrupting Class by Kerry Turner
Graham Nuthall's The Hidden Lives of Learners by Darren Mead
Matthew Syed's Bounce: How Champions Are Made
Seymour Papert's The Children's Machine
If you feel you would like to contribute to the issue, please get in touch!
#edjournal has a home! - JAMES MICHIE "...a 21st Century Educator"
The #edjournal website went live this evening. It is still a little rough around the edges but is definitely taking shape.
The site includes a home page featuring the latest updates; an explanation of the journal and its purpose; links to articles currently under review; and rules for authors. A theme has been added and the contact info has been updated...
#edjournal (an update!) - JAMES MICHIE "...a 21st Century Educator"
This is a brief update on what’s happening with #edjournal.
#edjournal - more than a cupful - nickdennis.com/blog
I was reminded recently how much I love Gustave Flaubert after absorbing Denis Shemilt’s latest chapter on improving historical understanding and developing historical consciousness in pupils (a later blog post). I was introduced to Flaubert by my departing A Level English teacher Mr Johnson and I was struck by Flaubert’s turn of phrase and the awe I felt when I learned that he would spend weeks on a single sentence.
#edjournal: an open call for articles! - JAMES MICHIE "...a 21st Century Educator"
To move #edjournal in to the next phase of its development we are putting out an open call for articles and book reviews.
If you would like to contribute an article or book review please click on the link below and add the following information to the document...
#edjournal - JAMES MICHIE "...a 21st Century Educator"
A few weeks ago an idea hit me while I was getting ready for work. I immediately wrote it down in a Google document, which I shared with Doug Belshaw (@dajbelshaw) to get some instant feedback. After a brief chat I put the idea down, allowing it to ferment for a while.
Yesterday, out of the blue, I was contacted by Nick Dennis (@nickdennis). He has been thinking about a similar idea for quite some time.