what material design taught me

i mentioned a flow experiment in my previous post. i’d like to share the thinking… well, just because?! let me say truthfully, it’s not that i’m all super savvy about styles of design, but the little i’ve read every now and again still turned out to be helpful for generating ideas. so here it is.…

i’m around…

hey. so many fascinating things have been happening that i want to share. i’m just currently in a slump, feeling a little demoralised because something i was working on with so much passion that i also wanted to share here, i’ve unfortunately been told at the last minute i can’t, that it belongs to the…

what is it a taxonomy of?: bloom’s taxonomy redux, part 3

the taxonomy was based on the “observable behaviours of learners”. that’s right, the taxonomy classifies and organises the behaviours that learners outwardly demonstrate. bloom mentions something (which again, as an ID, made me look self-conscious and guilty!) that there is no better or worse. it’s not as though the higher levels are superior levels and…

considering the whole picture: bloom’s taxonomy redux, part 2

in this post i’d like to lay out some things for your consideration. they’re the things i’m turning over in my head too, in an attempt to understand the taxonomy better by putting it into perspective. first of all, bloom says the cognitive domain was “where most of the work in curriculum development has happened and…

mayer and the thing about multimedia learning

there’s always a ‘chinese whispers’ (the children’s game?) level of distortion in reading about ID theories versus reading the theories themselves. whenever i’ve an hour free on a project, i try to pick up the paper in which someone proposed a theory and read that. today it was my turn to read mayer about multimedia…