Half an Hour: What Is Online Learning?

I have a lot of sympathy for those working in educational technology positions at schools and universities today because they have been thrust into the unenviable position of converting a recalcitrant faculty of teachers and professors into overnight online instructors. Such a conversion would never have happened without an external

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Half an Hour: Research in Learning Technology

https://adaptivelearninginelt.wordpress.com/2020/02/10/more-research-needed/I am broadly sympathetic with the arguments offered by Philip J. Kerr in this recent post, but I have disagreements around the edges, enough that I think more discussion is warranted. Also, while Kerr is more focused on artificial intelligence in education (AIEd) research, I will address my remarks to

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Half an Hour: Game Learning Analytcs for Evidence=Based Serious Games

Summary of a talk by Baltasar Fernandex Manjon at CELDA 2019 ie.ft.com/uber-game Serious games –         Have been used successfully in many domains – medicine, military –         But low adoption in mainstream education –         So we say we’re working in ‘game-like simulation’ http://getbadnews.com –         Fake news, trolls, e-influencers http://play. (Read more…).com

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