Yearly archives: 2015

If you haven’t heard the term gamification applied to learning experiences you may want to move out from under that rock. While the evidence of effective pedagogical use of games or game-like features is still emergent, education is looking for new ways to engage a generation of learners used to highly visual and […]

Game On

my grade: 66/100
After checking every known university system every day from submission + 2 weeks, today I found my Research Proposal had achieved 66/100. While not the absolute nadir of my academic efforts, it’s very close. I loved this course, and it was taught with a learning design I 100% support and […]

Route 66

Leadership is a complex art, but there are a couple of mavericks who have it down. When I completed my Cert IV in Frontline Management, two things really stood out for me – the amazing experience of being mentored, and the subtlety of good leadership. Click the graphic to zip […]