So as a product manager involved in designing our learning dashboard work around “actionable data by default”, I’m struggling with data events being so simple, and the learning design being so thorough. We want actionable data to allow a student and their tutor to take action and guide them towards more learning success. But if […]Read More Engagement is queen [god save the…]”
This post is a submission to the OpenBlog challenge #OpenBlog19. As people who work in the business of supporting educational technology you’d be surprised (and probably a bit disappointed) if we said no EdTech is not still relevant, it’s not. But it’s a question that’s fairly regularly asked. It normally starts along the lines of […]Read More Is EdTech Still Relevant?
So I’m on 2 udemy courses right now, Product Manager and Design Thinking. I’m interested in Design Thinking because I think it plays well to my mindset – no restrictions on ideas, teaching, business design and an interest in creative marketing. Here’s some of my rough notes so I don’t forget! Why use design thinking? […]Read More Design Thinking
Had a really interesting chat today with WMG is really enjoying getting stuck into trialling Immersive media, Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality. But it’s coming with challenges that we’re all aware of Cost 3D models and worlds Time for setting up equipment Coders Linking the learning to a LMS platform Sea sickness But the chap […]Read More Immersive Simulation or Haptic…
What does the Rurbric look like for a digital hand-in with no specified medium of hand-in..? If it’s ok to hand in a Twitter Stories wall, video, pdf, PPT, IOS Game, Website, chatbot… I know it’s really un-realistic, and students shouldn’t be handing in things that aren’t going to get the points (otherwise, what’s the […]Read More The Rurbric for Digital Handins