…make more effective decisions in a fraction of the time.
If you could solve one problem facing education what would it be? Take whatever comes to mind first or take a moment to ponder, then subject your problem to “the 5 Whys”. Here is an example. Problem: There is not enough time for teachers to do their job properly Why do teachers not get their […]
Machine learning uses data to predict what you will want to eat, consume, purchase and more. So why not for learning?
Marking, how I dearly miss it. As my son would say “You are being sarcasm” and he would be correct. I don’t miss sitting marking book after book each evening but for how much longer will this be something teachers need to endure? There is a simple problem. Machines are getting better at it than […]
I published You might just have written a precurser to: “Does AI make ‘learners’ more intelligent” on Medium.
I published I would say that is exactly what they are. on Medium.
Have a comfy drive to work today? There is a story all designers should know about the US air force during the space race. In short, as test pilots were being put into rockets they were crashing… a lot! Initially the seat was designed for the average pilot and pilots were selected who fitted the […]
Today I can no longer introduce myself as “Maths Teacher” as I leave the classroom. Though I might still use my former job title for introductions at parties to make things simple. I move from the classroom to take up a training and consultancy role supporting schools looking to implement change and embed technology for […]
Should we expect, as educators, that the technology used in schools has robust reliable research that demonstrates the impact it has on learning before we implement it? This post is a response to an article that featured in EdSurge on 17 July 2017. You can read the full article here. The article refers to findings […]
I published My area of work is around the use of technology is schools. on Medium.