This blog is a collegial attempt to provoke critical discussion with and between fellow educators. The objective is to make educational research findings digestible and to encourage reflection on the relatability of those findings to specific learning environments, thus supporting the principled adoption of evidenced strategies that synchronize with established successful practice.

These are the main topics for discussion:

  • Assessment practices – Learner diversity – Learning technologies – Self-directed Learning – Teacher development – Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) – Teaching & Learning in Higher Education (TLHE) – Teaching methods & strategies

Please enjoy the selection of thought-provoking posts and feel free to contest the views expressed. Healthy sceptics are welcome!