xAPI lets applications share data about human performance (broadly defined). More precisely, xAPI lets you capture (big) data on human performance, along with associated instructional content or performance context information (i.e., experience). xAPI applies “activity streams” to tracking data and provides sub-APIs to access and store information about state and content. This enables nearly dynamic… Continue reading WHAT’S EXPERIENCE API (xAPI)?
By – by Jason Suter and Chris Mangan Introduction Recently, blended, hybrid, and flipped learning have been hot topics of conversation in the educational community. Many educators use these terms interchangeably or find their definitions to be ambiguous. In this article, it is our intention to discuss some of the strategies common to these types of instruction… Continue reading Traditional Vs Blended / Flipped Classroom
“By 2019, 50 percent of all high school courses will be delivered online”…Clayton Christensen in disrupting classes What is Blended Learning ? Blended Learning, or “technology-mediated instruction,“ or “web-enhanced instruction,“ is a formal education program in which a student learns 1.at least in part through delivery of content and instruction via digital and online media… Continue reading BLENDED LEARNING MODELS
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Genius Hour in the classroom is an approach to learning built around the student curiosity, self directed learning and passion-based work.
In traditional learning, teachers map out academic standards, and plan units and lessons based around those standards. In Genius Hour, students are in control, choosing what they study, how they study it, and what they do, produce, or create as a result. As a learning model it promotes inquiry, research, creativity, and self directed learning.
In the summer of 1995, Larry Page, then 22, visited Stanford as a prospective PhD student in computer science. His tour guide was Sergey Brin, a 21-year-old mathematical whiz who was already pursui… Source: Collaborative Learning in the classroom
In the summer of 1995, Larry Page, then 22, visited Stanford as a prospective PhD student in computer science. His tour guide was Sergey Brin, a 21-year-old mathematical whiz who was already pursuing his PhD in that department. Page elected to attend Stanford, and by 1996 he and Brin were good friends who were collaborating… Continue reading Collaborative Learning in the classroom