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Day 6: My top edtech CPD tips

This post is part of the #JuneEdTechChallenge series.

flip chart
Image by Rudy and Peter Skitterians from Pixabay

When I deliver CPD for e-learning, digital or even edtech, I often get asked why aren’t we using digital tools as we get out the Sharpies, the flip chart paper and post-it notes.

For me the essence of digital CPD isn’t always about using the digital tools you are talking about. Effective use of digital is as much about deciding when to use digital tools and when not to use digital tools. Sometimes it’s one or the other and other times it is a blend.

As Darth Vader once said, never underestimate the power of a post-it note.

Though I didn’t post these posts each day in June (and to be honest I didn’t post it each day on the Twitter either) except the final day, I have decided to retrospectively post blog posts about each of the challenges and back date them accordingly. There is sometimes more I want to say on the challenge then you can fit into 140 characters (well 280 these days).