Book review (Learning Technology – A Handbook for FE Teachers and Assessors by Daniel Scott) interview with Maren Deepwell:
See the full book review on the ALT blog
Not sure if my contribution made the cut but here is the blurb from the latest book edited by David Hopkins:
“This book is a collection of 40 world leading teachers, academics, influencers, critics and practitioners who have answered the question ‘have you ever walked out the door to go to work, the shops, the gym, etc. and realised you’d forgotten to pick up your smartphone? And then turned around and gone right back for it?’
Have you ever got half-way to work and panicked about how you’d survive the day without the device (or devices) you rely on so heavily (your smartphone, tablet, USB stick, Moleskine notebook, PowerBar charger, etc.)? Do you have a device you don’t mind being without, for a short time, but others you just can’t bear to be apart from?
That is what I mean by ‘emergency rations’ – the stuff you have with you in your life (personal and/or professional) that you would make the effort to go back and get if you’d forgotten it.”
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