I have been a student on e-Learning courses, and have experienced the very best and the very worst of what the internet has to offer. I use my own experiences to create e-Learning journeys which can be navigated easily, are interactive and can be returned to. Examples of my work can be accessed below:
.Forest School Leader Training
As part of my own studies I created an interactive slide to demonstrate how to tie common knots and lashings click here
Play Theory 1
Created for Child Central Training Ltd. This course introduces the often overlooked theory of Play to Playworkers starting their training. Click here
Key Stage 3 Science
Chemical definitions click here
GCSE Biology Resources
A Catchphrase board, introducing the concept of 'Survival of the Fittest'.
End of topic quiz on cells click here
Jeopardy: Menstruation cycle click here
A-Level AQA Biological Molecules
Three online lessons delivering the AQA Biological Molecules syllabus click here.
National Survey and Subsequent Analysis
I conducted the National Survey used to review inclusive play in Scotland. The results and analysis was published in Scotland's Play Strategy: Playing with quality and equality: a review of inclusive play in Scotland (2015).
Animation Illustrating the Playwork Principles.
The Playwork Principles were drawn up by the Playwork Principles Scrutiny Group in 2004. They establish the professional and ethical framework for playwork. Click here
I am the SQA Co-Ordinator for Child Central Training Ltd. Using SQA Connect I access a range of services that provide delivery and operational support for our qualifications. I register candidates for qualifications, update candidate details and result as appropriate.
I create engaging, interactive e-Learning courses and slides using Articulate Storyline. These can be delivered via LMS, website and/or standalone e.g. from USB stick or CD.
I holidayed in Wigtown, Scotland's 'town of books' and spotted a book with this great title and felt that it summed me up to a 'T'. I love to learn and have been fortunate enough to pursue academic studies throughout my life. Attending universities in Scotland, England and Wales.