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Badge Boards: Allowing More Time for what Matters Most

As a teacher, my biggest wish is more time.

More time to meet with students one on one. More time to fine tune lessons to specific students’ needs. 853 more words

Here's how QuoDeck uses interactivity and games to engage enterprise learners

QuoDeck is a SaaS product catering to the enterprise learning market. The basic concept of the product is using interactivity and games to engage enterprise learners and use that to capture data, which in turn gets used to improve the learner experience and effectiveness. 61 more words


Snapshotting understanding

A couple of weeks ago I was challenged to provide inset for one of my regular schools to help them get more use out of their iPads. 567 more words


6 signs that you are using an outdated learning management system

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Introducing a Games Based Enquiry Model

After somewhat of a hiatus in developing a methodology for using games and game-like thinking in learning design, I hope that you’ll tune in and spread the word among like-minded colleagues about a series of posts I’m going to publish in the next few weeks and months. 1,073 more words

Game Based Learning

Game Based Learning

Een game ontwerpen dat je nieuwe vaardigheden aanleert. Samen met enkele studenten van game begonnen we aan deze uitdaging. We moesten een concept creƫren en alles uittekenen. 165 more words

Experimenteren / Mediateseren

Forget VR & AR, this could be the next big thing in E-learning

Technology is evolving rapidly. The major focus of this evolution is to make things easier for the users and make their life more comfortable.

I remember the day when my dad brought home our first television set. 764 more words