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So what will a NGDLE look like?

According to the Educause report, the emerging needs of a NGDLE are these:
“Its principal functional domains are interoperability; personalization; analytics, advising, and learning assessment; collaboration; and accessibility and universal design. Since no single application can deliver in all those domains, we recommend a “Lego” approach to realizing the NGDLE, where NGDLE-conforming components are built that allow individuals and institutions the opportunity to construct learning environments tailored to their requirements and goals.”

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NGDLE

Next Generation Digital Learning Environment - just like Lego...

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NGDLE by @bryanMMathers is licenced under CC-BY-ND

I’ve had a few blog posts fly past my nose on twitter recently. So I thought I’d take a day, do some reading and then draw whatever appeared in my head…

Next Generation Digital Learning Environment – a LEGO approach…

From this report by educause.

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Don’t touch the wire

Micro:bit Wire buzz game

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I’m helping to run the code club at my kids primary school. Kids being kids, and adults being bombarded with ideas, it wasn’t too long before we had decided to build a “Don’t touch the wire” micro:bit based game for the school fayre. It works really well with the Micro:bit – it’s simple to code and deploy, and the simulator is knockout for testing and visualising a cheeky idea. Naturally, the winner will win a Micro:bit…

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