PebblePad News

Updates from PebblePad HQ plus the lowdown on our work out in the field with our fantastic customers.

 
 

Our new video channel is live and full of pebblegogical goodness.

MARCH 31st 2020

Tuesday 31st March 2020Tuesday 31st March 2020

From the flipped classroom to extra and co-curricular learning, through to personal tutoring and authentic assessment, our new video channel, PebbleVision, is jam-packed with pebblegogical goodness and ideas inspired by the rather wonderful PebblePad community. 

 

Coronavirus – keeping the learning wheels turning.

MARCH 16th 2020

Monday 16th March 2020Monday 16th March 2020

As universities across the globe try to work through the challenges and issues presented by Coronavirus, PebblePad CEO, Shane Sutherland, offers up a number of creative ideas to keep the learning and assessment wheels turning. Read Shane's blog post.

 

Global Ambitions Survey

FEBRUARY 28th 2020

Friday 28th February 2020Friday 28th February 2020

Incredibly, two years have flown by since we published our first Global Trends in Higher Education publication. Since rolling off the press, it's been downloaded almost 2000 times! In 2020, we are dialling up the power on our own 'ambition-ometer' and are hoping to go bigger and better. We're reaching out to all education trailblazers to take part in our 2020 Global Ambitions in Higher Education Survey.

 

AACU 2020

JANUARY 31st 2020

Friday 31st January 2020Friday 31st January 2020

This month we attended the AACU Annual Conference in North America. An annual outing for Team PebblePad, but this year’s meeting in Washington DC was an especially positive experience. The conference invited participants to share their practice focused on “high-impact educational practices, inclusive pedagogies, authentic forms of assessment, and pathways to student success” – aspirations which form the raison d'être of PebblePad. It was encouraging to see just how many AACU delegates bought into what we see here at PebblePad as being common ambitions for strategic development in higher education, and how every conversation demonstrated an unwavering ambition to deliver on students’ expectations.

 
 

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