How The 8 Effects of Arts Education Are Changing Online Pedagogy, Part 2

Kadenze

It is mindful, cognitive, and sensuous reflection which allows learners to build their expertise through informed comparison, for in the arts and humanities there is never a metric which can definitively settle disputes over value. Digital Learning arts education online learning pedagogyPhoto by Henrik Dønnestad / Unsplash. In this second of four vodcasts, Brad Haseman, Executive Vice President of Kadenze, Inc. sits down with Sarah Reid, Kadenze, Inc.’s

Our digital future 11: AI enhanced course design

Learning with 'e's

Rather, it is the persistent assumption that 'grading' is paramount for the measurement of student understanding, and that we should focus the power of AI to support this kind of pedagogy. Computers are excellent at storing and processing vast arrays of metrics and performing complex calculations very quickly, but when it comes to providing empathetic, intuitive and personalised feedback to students, teachers will come out on top every time.

Free L&D webinars for July 2018

Limestone Learning

Metrics that will evaluate program success. Kelly will talk about the insights that have come from this partnership and talk about the key areas where evidence-based science meets improvisational pedagogy. But not everyone is able to access these learning opportunities for a number of reasons—whether it be physical, sensory, or cognitive limitations or disabilities. In this session you’ll: Learn about industry approaches and metrics to help benchmark your learning program.

Can microlearning save eLearning?

Ed App

By analysing engagement and learning metrics, hotspots that need additional attention can be identified, and companies can detour onto a revised route. Even before adding infographics, interactivity, games, humour, or animations, content that is precisely focused, learner-centred, and targets an optimal cognitive load, is exponentially more engaging than traditional eLearning. Pedagogy of the Oppressed , New York: Continuum; John Dewey (1916).