Entry: Aha-re:pilot 12/17/2005

I re-read my whinge about the pilot exhibition and something jumped out at me.

It didn't feel natural standing up in front of them telling them stuff. It doesn't fit my prefered pedagogy. I'd rather have got people doing something real but that wasn't possible

Why not?
Why couldn't we have done this in the IT room and let them spend at least part of the time looking for themselves at what I was talking about?

  • my presentation could have had live links perhaps that they could have followed.
  • there could have been some sort of online provision for making comments, maybe  a permalink to my exhibition page on the research blog
  • we could have visited blogs and wikis - much clearer than me explaining

Ah well - no time for double looping before the module was handed in. Still this insight does give me some clues about the main exhibition, if I still do one in school.


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Richard Millwood
December 19, 2005   06:05 PM PST
This is more like it, and yet a hard act to do. If you have a network of computers they can use, consider using SubEthaEdit on Macs or MoonEdit on PCS - wonderful for gathering feedback in one place.

Don't run yourself down about presenting, but a mixed style, active engagement event is sure to find more response. Don't forget the simple things like a word processor on screen and a 'typist' to catch and summarise discussion, or post-it notes to stick on a white board etc......

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