Ok, so I’ve captured a snap of an environment with a 360 camera… …now what? This was the leading question as I tried to see how I could use a captured environment of a hockey turf for teaching. This was aimed to develop understanding of complexity of concussion to a group of third year physiotherapy… Continue Reading →
Posts Categorized: eLearning
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?
In reply to Mike Goudzwaard: http://mgoudz.com/2016/02/26/the-lms-of-the-future-is-yours Mike, who I had the absolute pleasure of meeting at the edX Global Forum in 2015, makes an interesting case about the issues facing the current iteration of LMSs and a suggestion for fixing it. He points to a future LMS that is clean, simple and heavily reliant on integration; […]
In selecting any technology it is important to understand first what you want to be able to do. I will admit there are some cool tools I run across and then wonder how I could implement them in a learning context. But I have found that having an obje…