I attended Moodle training at RMI, Rwanda Management Institute. I thought about what was important for effective training. I created a Moodle course with Moodle’s activity completion condition, badges, learning logs, and total grades. Continue reading “New Learning Paradigm: Moodle”
I love traveling. Visiting strange and new places seems to be freeing me from the everyday environment I have been through. This is a kind of small enlightenment that makes us to realise the lightness of the reality burdens we consider so heavily. Especially when traveling overseas, the fresh impulses of newness are lingering in my head for a long time. Continue reading “Smart traveller: Going to Vietnam”
It is said, in the era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the interpreter will be disappeared. Perhaps learning a foreign language will become a hobby. In recent years, for many international educational project, many languages have been my interest to learn in addition to English, such as Spanish, Chinese and Japanese. Continue reading “Learning languages and bible”
I have been working in the field of e-learning for a long time and have been publishing e-learning newsletters. When I had time, I published twice a week, and when I was busy I skipped for a few months, but the task of publishing an e-learning newsletter was a good opportunity to sort out the knowledge I know. We have been able to utilize the advancing technology to deliver more articles faster, and we are using speech recognition technology and Google translation to publish newsletters.
Continue reading “How I make a newsletter using voice recognition and Google translate”
It is said that the fourth industrial revolution had already begun. What do we have to do to nurture the talents needed for the 4th Industrial Revolution? From the perspective of educators, we hope that learners will have the ability to meet the new era. I referred to several places, the competencies for the new generation is called the four C’s. Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, and Critical thinking. In fact, all of these competencies are about how to solve new problems and to survive. Continue reading “Rethinking Education for 4th Industrial Revolution”