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Learning for Life Educational Trust

Rosemary Sage

Professor of Communication
Dr - speech pathologist, psychologist, teacher; Dean TCOT; Director Speech-Language Services; Teacher; Language Advisor; Professor; Education/Industry; Lord Chancellor’s Committee; Judicial Executive; Children’s Legal Panel; Parliamentary Committees - Medicine & Education - RCSLT Advisor; Trustee; Governor. Research: language, education, employment - published books & papers - awards .
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Rosemary Sage
Rosemary Sage

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December 16, 2020

Reign Of Error, Reign Of Terror: Part 1

This two-part article assembles evidence to suggest that recent world changes, particularly in technology, have altered the way we communicate. This has positive effects for greater connectivity but negative ones for communication aspects which can cost lives. Part 1 looks at this background.
December 13, 2020

Perfect Presentations Through Technology: Part 2

This article looks at the planning, presentation, and performance stages of producing a perfect online lecture or talk that takes into account the diversity of today's audiences. The versatility of technology can support the teaching process and provide more successful learning for everyone.
December 11, 2020

Perfect Presentations Through Technology: Part 1

Most students find online presentations unsatisfactory, and the way content is communicated is a factor. This article considers the communicative process in Part 1 and the performance plan in Part 2 in order to produce presentations that have a positive impact on students to assist their learning.
November 11, 2020

eLearning But Not Equality In Education

This article reviews how the rapid acceleration of eLearning during the recent COVID-19 pandemic has thrown up problems for students who find it difficult to learn independently because of their subtle language issues. Without peer and teacher support they flounder and become depressed.