Category Archives: Jigsaw Technique

Interaction

With the new year comes a new challenge for me: as of 4th January I take up my new post as a Good Practice Adviser at the U of Glasgow. This is a brand new role in what will soon … Continue reading

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Scaffolding

I know that some folk dislike the term scaffolding. For example, in a recent post Sean Michael Morris explains why he didn’t attempt to scaffold #MoocMooc, and that started a healthy debate about the metaphor. I didn’t catch it all, but … Continue reading

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A puzzle

I’ve no idea what I am meant to be doing. Not that there’s anything new about that, but for this task in particular I feel as if I have come in at the middle of a conversation and there’s a … Continue reading

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