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It was a pity he over-ran. I spoke to him afterwar...

2007-03-03T16:34:00.000+00:00

It was a pity he over-ran. I spoke to him afterwards and he told me that most of the challenging elements of DfES was in the latter part of his presentation. He siad the reason he over-ran was that the audience was so good.

I enjoyed the video element - whilst there were a lot of them they do break up the usual 'Death By Powerpoint'that many other presenters gave.

It is true



Yes, I think it was challenging and interesting, b...

2007-03-03T11:38:00.000+00:00

Yes, I think it was challenging and interesting, but my main issue was that I don't think it did covered what it was titled as - apart from the piece at the end which started to touch upon the title. When it did, I don't think it was fully informed - there is lots of practice out there which involves Web 2.0 (etc) and more collaborative work - it either seemed to ignore that



I really liked the presentation. At least it chall...

2007-03-03T07:23:00.000+00:00

I really liked the presentation. At least it challenged many people in the Audience. As for the Marc Prensky, Alan November links. In fact I have heard Steve Molyneux speak on the subject back in the 1999's (Before Alan Noverber hit the Curcuit).

e-Learning did emerge from the corporate sector for 'adult' learners not children - so I would not be surprised if it is not fit for purpose.