Learning Journey of my Multimedia Project

To make things simple, let’s do it through a flipsnack, a magazine capable of showing you so much more! It started off on a day where I was late for class on my first lesson, travelling from work to school. The first lesson felt very tense, the session felt daunting and expectations were high. Questions […]

A blend of Thinglink and comics

As educators, we always ponder how to make classroom learning more engaging and fun for our students. As for me, it’s all about working offline to engage them in their own time, harnessing technology to propel self-directed learning. I want to make learners more curious about the contents that surround them, and give educators perspective […]

Designing for rich media content

Use a variety of media rich contents A variety of media rich content including pictures, quizzes, videos and other interactive medium provides learners with more opportunities to engage with the content. You can consider simple ones such as Prezi to present a concept for self-directed learning. This offers learners an opportunity to engage learning contents on […]

Displacing ADDIE in a modern world

ADDIE model was developed during the 1970s as an instructional design framework for the US army for its military training. While it fundamentally guides the design of learning, its drawback constantly involves the time taken to develop. When we look into a fast paced the world that is changing so rapidly, with technology displacing each […]

Pocketing thoughts through activities

I believe that most of us that went through  tertiary education would have experienced lots of ups and downs in of learning. There were concepts that you wished you could understand better. There were also times where you thought you understood a formula or a theory well, but somehow it just didn’t connect very well […]

Learning advancements, what it means to you?

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 […]

Why Multi-modality for lessons are important?

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 […]