What if assessment was designed around me?
This image was produced for Education Technology Action Group ETAG report (etag.report) and shared at the BETT show in London.
Education – a thought by a bright spark
This image originally credited the statement to W.B.Yeats – although as it turns out (thanks to @edutopia) it’s more likely to have come from Plutarch…
A silly thought breeds a silly image…
The Google App Landscape
This drawing was created for the Think Out Loud Club – and a discussion about the use of Google Apps in Education at one of the Big Think events with the team from Google. The “Collaborate, Connect, Organise” was inspired by Yousef Fouda, CTO at Warwickshire Colleges Group.
Students and Teachers learn through doing
I met @urban_teacher at Mozfest a couple of years ago, and following a recent conversation (always inspirational…), thought that this thought deserved to be brought to life. For what its worth, I enjoy learning by doing, which usually involves making plenty of mistakes along the way.
A Badge-Driven Workforce Pipeline
This concept came out of a discussion of the Workforce working group run by the Badges Alliance. The idea was to illustrate how badges might form a part of a individuals development at various developmental stages at work.
A bluffers guide to openbadges
So what are openbadges? Well, I’m glad you asked – they may well be the technology that helps to de-centralise the education system…
ETAG – 2025 looks like this
This drawing is a remix of Stephen Heppell’s original drawing showing what 2025 (or even 2020) might look like with respect to the use of technology in education. See etag.report for the full shebang.
The Badge and the Blockchain
Here’s a visual thought inspired by Doug Belshaw’s blog for DML – “Peering deep into Future of Educational Credentialling”. The fairly abstract idea of a blockchain is one that demanded to be visualised so as to be more understandable – especially with regard to what it could mean for Open Badges.
What’s a badge really worth?
I do a lot of thinking about Open Badges. So I asked myself, what is the value of a badge? Even though the value may have different objective ingredients, the subjective perception of the viewer overrides them all. Value is in the eye of the beholder…
I had the pleasure of meeting Audrey Watters in Barcelona recently. This laptop sticker was a side thought from Audrey in the conversation with some other lovely people (Jim Groom, Doug Belshaw, Martin Weller and Sheila MacNeill) that I had to create as an image. If you want to turn it into a real laptop […]