SMEs are not the same as large firmsMuch of my work at the moment is focused in two different areas - the training and professional development of teachers and trainers for the use of technology for teaching ...
Highlights from the Pontydysgu Studio - Learning lessons from key projectsIn my previous post I wrote down some memories of the so-called Pontydysgu Studio in Bremen, now that that 'studio' has been closed and the Pontydysgu activities are continued mainly ...
Wrapping up the ECER 2017 experience - Part Two: My reflections on Accompanying Research in ...In my previous blog I started a series of posts to wrap up my experiences in the European Conference on Educational Research (ECER 2017) that took place last week in ...
An action research approach to studying apprenticeship in SpainThis is a new paper, written by Graham Attwell and Ana Garcia about the new apprenticeship system in Spain. The research was sponsored by the International Network on Innovative Apprenticeship ...
Introducing Learning Layers tools to construction companies - Insights and working issuesOnce again I am taking a look at some of the follow-up activities of our EU-funded Learning Layers (LL) project in the construction sector. As I have mentioned in my ...
What comes after "Learning Layers"? - Part One: The follow-up activities are taking shapeAs the readers of this blog have observed, most of my posts since November 2012 have dealt with our EU-funded Learning Layers (LL) project. However, now the Learning Layers project ...
The Challenges for Construction Sector Training in the UKAccording to the Daily Telegraph, a new UK Government report into the skills crisis in the construction sector has recommended a new levy on house builders in a last ditch ...
Supporting start up businessesOne of the best things about Twitter is the ability to follow links to all kinds of things you probably would never have been to without ...
Thinking about EntrepreneurshipFor some time I have been interested in Entrepreneurship. For one thing I resented the way the Thatcher and Blair acolytes had stolen the word. Working class people have also ...
Mobile Learning - the Dream goes on"What killed the mobile learning dream?" asks John Traxler in an article for Jisc's Digifest. John goes on to say: Mobile learning was e-learning's dream come true. It offered the ...
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