Preparing a lecture for on open source software for Serbian official servant and educators, I was able to find good material while I was re-examining recent trends. Open source software started with Linux, but it has become a business method as well as spreading to other software development beyond Linux. We call it the spirit of open, collaborative, shared, world-class activities named as “wikinomics” by Don Tapscott. Continue reading “Open source software for Education (2)”
I have been teaching 3D printers to students in fusion courses since three years ago. I bought five 3D printers worth 2,000 $ and most of them broken down so quickly, so I could not make the students practice properly because of the operating printers were so few.
I will be the president of the e-Learning Society from the coming September. I still think I am not that qualified for it, but I had accepted it because I thought there are many works to be done by my experience on e-learning and humbly accepted the request of the multitude. I hope you will support me with a lot of help.
A few years ago, when I was interviewing Ben Nelson at Minerva School, I heard him mentioning “practical knowledge”. Ben Nelson’s opinion is that Minerva’s education is the way in which people can correct many mistakes and improve the quality in education. In many colleges and universities, he argued that students do not have to pay such expensive tuition fees. Also, education should focus on cultivating “practical knowledge” rather than to convey miscellaneous knowledge as he wrote in his book. Continue reading “Practical Knowledge & Inventive Learning”
Now that smartphones are getting better, it seems to work well as a video authoring tool. The video below is an image created using the SNOW smartphone app. I recorded in the SNOW app using a template that changes the face to pig shape in real time. SNOW has various real-time face transformation functions and is available for free.
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