There will be a short break in our transmission…

Hello fellow bloggers and educators. The teachingtomtom is having a short holiday for 2013, and will return on Thursday 6 February 2014.

A view of Melbourne from RMIT University building 1

A view of Melbourne from RMIT University building 1

I would like to thank all our readers and contributors for 2013 who thought, wrote and commented on so many posts for us to read and enjoy. We hope you may have put some of the ideas posted here into use in your teaching practice. During the break, maybe you’d like to review some of our 108 previous posts.

Currently the teachingtomtom has 341 blog followers, 514 Twitter followers and 19 Facebook followers. We have posted 38 articles on learning and teaching for 2013, and we had on average over 1,500 hits per month. If you like our blog, we look forward to seeing you again in 2014. If you really like our blog, please pass our link onto your friends and colleagues, and if you really, really like our blog, please ask to contribute a post by emailing us at teachingtomtom@rmit.edu.au.

RMIT University is a dual sector university in Melbourne, Australia with approximately 74,000 students of whom 30,000 are from overseas. We are the learning and teaching unit in the Academic Development Group of the College of Design and Social Context.

Regards and safe holidays to you from our team.

– John Benwell

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