By Rhonda Hill. Strategies for implementing a project-based framework that allows teachers to design meaningful student learning experiences.
By: Bror Saxberg. Here is a list of a range of efforts popping up to assist us all with fostering learning engineering work--applying good learning science and evidence-gathering at scale.
digiLEARN has selected 20 Digital Scholars from across the state of North Carolina to design a plan for what digital learning professional development should look like for their educators.
By: Todd Kasenberg. Here are six critical points that learning architects, designers and developers can borrow from marketing’s body of knowledge and practice.
Teachers might call these six lesson plan templates, but with the expanding array of professional and informal learning this is an attempt to build a broader framework applicable to impact games, meetings, conference sessions, open resources, and professional development.
Combining the benefits of anywhere, anytime interest-driven learning with standards-based learning is the design opportunity of our time. We can build--and let learners build--pathways that are more engaging, more efficient, and far more flexible than traditional K-12 education.
By: Margaret Weigel. Each project involves unique components that form a complex process of translating data points into an actionable product plan, based on needs. But what are these data points? Here's five questions that a Learning Experience Design team must ask at the start of every project.