In a gig-based economy our students will find themselves working on asynchronous teams in different geographies, different times, and with different cultures. How then can we prepare them for this workflow?
The challenge for fields focused on learning and training is to leverage these technologies to achieve meaningful objectives.
In an effort to help my students craft a clear dialogue, or writing a message, I decided to try podcasting.
The Applied Digital Skills program allows me to serve as a guide on the side (rather than the sage on the stage) to provide on-demand, in the moment help when my student need it
We cannot approach supporting our colleagues with a mindset that says “Ugh. They are doing it wrong!” perhaps followed by “AGAIN!” We must do our best to understand the context in which our colleagues operate, what motivates them to teach, and how we might serve them best.
Every good quest-adventure story has a team of contributors, each with a special skill set that contributes to the team’s successes.
We must allow technology to amplify good instructional practice, rather than tell us what good practice is.