Malt Project

I’m away soon to deliver a week-long course with Khawar Iqbal. We’ve written the course between us following Khawar’s initial idea and plan. It will be delivered to representatives of six European partners: Italy, Sweden, German, Turkey, Lithuania and the UK.

I’m setting off shortly to meet the participants at good old Weetwood Hall Hotel, a favourite NIACE venue. We’ll begin with an hour long meet and greet session before dinner, during which there will also be getting-to-know-you exercises.

The week will revolve around aspects of motivating adult learner teachers (malt) and include things like educational theory, ILT, blended learning and desktop software skills. We’re using blogs to reflect and I have a NING set up ready just in case, but that’s about as far as we’re going with Web 2.0 at the moment.

Our hope is that the course is successful and that it becomes part of a European database of fundable qualifications.

More as the week unfolds (hopefully).

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One Response to “Malt Project”

  1. Sunday in Riga « The New Village e-Learning Blog Says:

    […] on Tuesday at the MALT Conference being held at a University somewhere outside Riga. Also see https://eduvel.wordpress.com/2009/06/07/malt-project/ and the ensuing four posts. And – because my expenses are being covered by the project, I’m […]


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