Author Archives: tonyjreeves

4 tips for teaching online

There are some key principles that will help you teach effectively online. In this short video, Tony Reeves suggests four key tips to help you keep your students engaged in an online session: make it seamless make it discursive make … Continue reading

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Welcome to HEA Fellowship 2020!

The Creative Education team would like to give a very warm welcome to all applicants and mentors involved in this year’s HEA Fellowship Programme! It was great to meet many of you at last week’s Introduction to Creative Education workshops … Continue reading

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Using apps to help with anxiety

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using apps to help with language difficulties

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using Powerpoint to help with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using GoodReader to help students with reading

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using Evernote to help with dyslexia

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using LiveTranscrbe to help students with low hearing

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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Using video to help with anxiety

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the 2019/20 course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn … Continue reading

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Using OneNote to help students with dyslexia

This post was created by PGCert participants as part of their assessment for Unit 1 of the course. The brief was to choose two specific learning needs and evaluate technologies that could help students with these needs to learn more … Continue reading

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