The Next Revolution In Education: Design Thinking

forbes | January 08, 2019

A defining feature of the last century was that most jobs were relatively clear cut (banker, electrician, teacher, etc). In our own time, however, people increasingly have careers that are underscored by a theme. In this respect, Sam Seidel is most certainly a 21st century kind of guy.After splitting his time between studying at Brown University and teaching inmates at a nearby prison, Seidel has worked on everything from building the Student Experience Lab at the Business Innovation Factory to writing and publishing his first book Hip Hop Genius: Remixing Public Education. He now serves as the Director of K12 Strategy + Research at the Stanford D.School. At the root of all his endeavors is his fervent belief that if we can address the structural flaws in the way we educate people, we can also mitigate a lot of our other biggest problems.

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By integrating micro and mobile learning you can provide learners bite-sized learning solutions that can be accessed on multiple devices. Ignite the competitive spirit in learners with the use of gamified elements in microlearning modules. You could also make use of gamified assessments. Artificial Intelligence (AI) in microlearning can be used to create customized learning paths for learners. AI can automatically suggest microlearning modules based on learners' preferences.

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By integrating micro and mobile learning you can provide learners bite-sized learning solutions that can be accessed on multiple devices. Ignite the competitive spirit in learners with the use of gamified elements in microlearning modules. You could also make use of gamified assessments. Artificial Intelligence (AI) in microlearning can be used to create customized learning paths for learners. AI can automatically suggest microlearning modules based on learners' preferences.

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