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Posts Categorized: education
An area in educational technology and digital pedagogy that is ripe for “disruption” is assessment. What could assessment in a digital future look? Could AI and intelligent predictive analytics be the solution to current problems with assessment?
Last night some new strings arrived for my ukulele. I’ve only ever restrung a ukulele once (despite owning a zillion) so although I knew I was a complete n00b, I figured I ought to be able to work it out. Last night someone in my house may have thrown a violent tantrum of frustration. That […]
Or “The difference between being a Subject Matter Expert and being a teacher” When I was in high school, I was Vice-Captain of the girl’s First XI cricket team. Not because I was especially good, in fact I was average-poor most days, but mostly because only 12 people turned up to tryouts. I was, however, […]
Unless you’ve worked with me, you may not know this, but I am the self-proclaimed Queen of “Winging It”. It’s the curse of procrastinators everywhere that what must eventually be done is done under duress extreme time pressure. Sooner or later, if you’re a bad learner not unlike me, that means throwing caution to the wind […]