A rich and fascinating celebration of the civilisation, history and art of the 340 million people living in the 17 countries of West Africa.
Author Mark Anderson
Primatologists and archaeologists have deciphered the complex code of marks and scratches that macaques leave on their stone tools.
Pask was one of the first educators to recognise that students have different learning needs, and that conversation is at the heart of all learning. We examine his ideas, and look at some of his amazing machines.
Rapid change in the Amhara region of Ethiopia has threatened traditional iron working crafts. We watch a blacksmith practicing his ancient skills.
Gagné’s instructional model was originally developed for military training. Decades later, we look at its contribution to today’s learning technologies.
Papert’s Logo system was the first learning technology to be designed around Constructivism. The result was a lot of fun in the classroom.
Education professionals share insights about the processes and challenges of creating major structural and cultural change in higher education institutions.
Exploring the behaviourist origins of technology-enhanced learning with a look at B. F. Skinner and his teaching machines.