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From Teacher to Parent – Why Gender Matters

  In exactly one month to the day, I’ll be a dad – responsible for bringing someone into the world. My wife made the choice of not knowing the sex of the baby which I’m happy about. Many people comment to … Continue reading

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On the Shoulders of Giants?

Ask anyone who happens, say, to be a jazz musician, neuroscientist, marine biologist or anthropologist to big-note themselves. “It’s hard,” they’ll probably tell you. Why? because like anyone in a well-established field, it’s impossible to really set your achievements aside … Continue reading

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Head in the Clouds – Cloud Nine!

Just had my first academic publication, “Head in the Clouds: a review of current and future potential for cloud-enabled pedagogies.” Aside from being over the moon, I’m indebted to my supervisor, Professor John Hedberg, who guided me through the process … Continue reading

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Bridging the Divide: Web 2.0 Tools and Content

I’ve been a fan of Web 2.0 for the last few years now. In such a short time, we’ve developed tools for engaging with web-enabled content and putting students at the centre of learning, where they belong. As ‘the read-write … Continue reading

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