This is the slidedeck I used in my keynote for the 24th E-learn conference 2019 in New Orleans, November 7th.
I received some requests already for giving talks in the US, and I really like doing this. Do be able to still teach and do research while giving talks in the US there are two options. Option 1: Yesterday I gave a first talk via Zoom to a group of teachers in the US. It was… Read More Giving talks in the US in February!
Today I gave 2 presentations in Pretoria, South Africa for ResearchED. The first one was about Urban Myths about Learning and Education: And I also did one on my new book The Ingredients for Great Teaching:
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2017 was a special year for a lot of people. I know that there are lot of reasons to have mixed feelings. I do have to admit that for me it has been a year filled with incredible stuff. I want to summarize my year in a couple of tweets, but the best news I… Read More This was my 2017 in 4 tweets and a bit more
This is the presentation I gave at the National ResearchED conference, September 9 2017. The presentation is in part based on our book Urban Myths about Learning and Education and in part based on the recent article I co-wrote with Paul Kirschner published in Teaching and Teacher Education (yes the one that was mentioned in Nature).
No funny on Sunday today, just a personal note. 12 years ago, almost to date, my wife and I were traveling through the US for our honeymoon. The biggest part of our trip was route 66, but as we are both music lovers, we did a detour to Nashville and Memphis. It was in Memphis,… Read More A personal note on Sunday: a diner in Memphis