Learning has advanced significantly, with progressions from e-learning to mobile learning(m-learning). It also provided new perspectives such as adaptive and micro learning as well. We look towards solving the mysteries of learning gaps and see how technology can provide a brand new look to education. 360 degrees perspective Virtual reality will provide an immersive experience […]
Everyone has a different style of processing information. When we link it up with the word multimodality, defined in wikipedia as follows: Multimodality describes communication practices in terms of the textual, aural, linguistic, spatial, and visual resources – or modes – used to compose messages. Multimodality is a difficult approach to achieve, especially when the teacher […]
Piaget’s focus was on human development through the experiencing. Ideally, a person can learn a skill better through interaction by their own. The interaction between the object and the person brings other experiences closer to him, thus the skills and knowledge are strengthened. The interaction brings about prior knowledge and similar experiences which builds a new […]
Being Charlie Brown, innocent and a deep thinker. Inspired from the Peanuts movie.
The development of the E-Portfolio course will be guided by 2 aspects of learning design. It is further discussed in the area below to witness the relevance of both learning objectives and the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Solidifying the learning objectives Learning objectives are crucial in the design and development of learning content. Provide the […]
Clearly, one of the hardest training to implement in my opinion was OJT, which stands for On the Job Training. It’s because one of the area that we focus so much on are how operations can fully benefit from training using this method. Conventionally, a full scale classroom training would have been recommended for most […]