Tag: Blended learning
4th August 2017, by , in Blog
It has been a hot topic among teachers for many years – should mobile technology be used in the classroom? It used to be a rule that mobile phones must be switched off to avoid distractions, however increasingly mobile technology is being embraced by schools as part of the learning process. To an extent the...
22nd April 2016, by , in Blog
The internet has made finding resources easier – but there’s so much choice! Where should you go for the best e-learning resources? How many websites will you need to trawl through before you find something worth using? To help you find great resources to use in your classroom – and to use in your e-learning...
14th April 2016, by , in Blog
The most amazing – and challenging – thing about the human brain is that every single one is different. No two brains are exactly the same. Why challenging? Well, from a teacher’s point of view, you have one, two, possibly three dozen brains all taking in the information you provide in every class. And the...
28th January 2016, by , in Blog
For many, blogging is seen as the preserve of tech-savvy teens and twentysomethings, used as a vehicle for exerting opinions and encouraging high-brow debate. Or, as a personal journal, published online and free for anyone in the world to read. Well, both those definitions are true – but as a teacher you can use blogs...
17th August 2015, by , in Blog
The chances are you’ll have heard of the term ‘gamification’ by now. The art of applying games-based elements to teaching; it was the educational technology buzzword of 2012 – and saw teachers both dive in with joy, and groan at the thought of games in the classroom, in equal measure. But with 5 million people...
3rd July 2015, by , in Blog
Today, we’re pleased to feature a guest post from Mick Flaherty, ICT Coordinator at Stockport Grammar School, Cheshire. Just the very use of ‘buzz’ words in education is enough to make me want to cover my ears.  There are many bandwagons to jump on but what it seems to come down to is simply trying...
16th February 2015, by , in Blog
At Titus Learning we’re really focused on creating environments in which effective learning can flourish. E-learning is facilitated by technology, but it’s not about technology. Our aim with each project we undertake is to keep the inner workings of the VLE running smoothly, and out of sight, so that teachers and learners alike can get...
10th February 2015, by , in Blog
The flipped classroom is an approach to teaching and learning which has rapidly gained popularity recently, in a large part due to the ubiquity of e-learning technology and internet connected devices both at schools and in students’ homes. Whilst the theory behind it is simple enough, it’s important not to underestimate the challenges involved in...

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