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Educational institutions must be prepared to cope with and embrace change. The dynamic nature of emerging technologies which are becoming more prevalent in today’s’ learning environments demands educational institutions not only be able to deal with change, but also to… Continue Reading →
Organizations undergoing significant change require competent leadership to ensure successful implementation of the change. The research field of change management offers several change-models that leaders could adopt to help structure and sequence the process of implementing change in their organizations…. Continue Reading →
Through TAPPA (Target, Accomplishment, Past, Prototype, Artifact) Moore (2013) offers a path for instructional designers to follow which he asserts will allow them to create prototypes at a faster rate than possible though other design models. Theses other design models… Continue Reading →
In “Assessing d.learning: Capturing the Journey of Becoming a Design Thinker” , Goldman et al. (2012) introduced various prototypes they had developed in order to be able to assess the learning and development that occurs within a design thinking process…. Continue Reading →
Mark is an air traffic controller, responsible for training and qualifying aspiring air traffic controllers. As the instructional supervisor he is responsible for the development of all terminal air traffic control instructors. He is routinely involved in both the development… Continue Reading →
In his article about screen time, Etchells asserts that existing research has not produced sufficient evidence to inform policies which would set screen time guidelines for children. He provides examples of research studies that have not been able to conclusively… Continue Reading →