The inspiration and design behind Qurio’s Wonder Art Summer Camp Workshop – exploring how might we teach children empathy and creative problem solving through design from a young age.
An exploration of platforms and courses in the market that can help educators facilitate STEM learning and 21st-century skills acquisition for kindergarten and primary school students.
Understanding that humans learn best through active learning has given rise to using social robots to augment student learning and teach social skills to children. This post follows the journey of Jibo – the first social robot – through its rise, demise, and recent revival.
This post explores the notion of how technology might impact the demand for teachers in the future and how educators can prepare themselves today for such a future.
Differences between Teams for Business vs. Education and an exploration of the best integrations to extend Teams’ capabilities.
Integrity should be viewed as an ideal and goal to strive for, not just as the soundness of moral principles and character.
An Integrative Strategy for Advocating Digital Citizenship Through a Creative Writing Workshop
Autonomous Learning produces learners who are independent and self-directed, creating lifelong learners and a sustainable approach to learning.
Study of the evolution of computational thinking in education and exploring the use of emerging technologies to promote computational literacy.
Artificial intelligence is becoming the new economic gatekeeper. What does the future of learning with AI look like and what skills might we inculcate in our students today to enable and prepare them for the future of work?
Traditional views may have shaped us to think of all screen time as “bad”, but with classroom learning around the world switching online en masse due to the pandemic, there arise a need for us to reexamine the concept of screen time and technology usage for children in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The internet can sometimes be a double-edged sword. Whilst the internet age has made research and access to information so much quicker and easier, this convenience comes with it a host of other problems. With the plethora of information that pops up in search results, there comes a great need to be able to discern what’s true from fake news and disinformation.
As I complete the first course module in the Digital Education Leadership Orientation course, I reflect upon my key learnings from SPU’s mission, vision, and values, to different learning strategies and tools which will serve as the bedrock for further learning.