Tag Archives: instructional design

The wheel of Bloom goes round and round, round and round…

Verbs associated with Bloom’s revised taxonomy, very handy for learning design!

Two of my favourites – Solo and Biggs!

Do you get the connection between the coolest Star Wars character and a taxonomy from John Biggs?

 

Enterprise Education

‘Enterprise Education – Connecting Schools with the Creative Knowledge Economy’ by Clive Graham

Dr Clive Graham oversaw the core subjects of my Master of Creative Enterprise (MCE) at CQU.

I am close to finishing this book and wish I’d read it years ago so I could have discussed it with Dr Graham while completing my Masters. His compelling case for a Creativity-Innovation-Entrepreneur Network and Transdisciplinary whole-of-school approach should be applied across all sectors of education.

 

On the big stage!

Everyone should be a strategic learner in the 21st century

Hear hear!

Instruct, Construct or Connect? Or all three?

InstructConstructConnecthttps://ryan2point0.wordpress.com/2009/03/17/instructivism-constructivism-or-connectivism/

How computers change the way we learn

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20141022-are-we-getting-smarter

Key Takeaways

  1. Tech that adapts to student’s style of learning and thinking
  2. Creation of immersive and compelling environments e.g video games
  3. Social networks to increase student interaction
  4. DOWNSIDE How to learn grit?

Life is a game, why can’t learning be too?

Would They Play? Would They Learn? Finding the Sweet Spot between Games and Learning

http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/play-learn-finding-sweet-spot-games-learning/#sthash.p3TlzLVM.dpuf

Thank you to Denver Craig from Think Education for posting this on Linkedin.