Because of the corona virus, the new semester beginning has been postponed for two weeks, and the lecture was recommend to delivered by e-learning. Fortunately, this winter vacation, I set up my private studio in the bedroom.
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Recently, we use a lot of expressions of terms; convergence and creativity. I would say that the ability of convergence and creativity comes from our knowledge backed up from various fields. those terms are claimed to be the core of the so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution.
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In Moodle’s quiz, there are about 20 kinds of questions. In addition to this, there are types of quiz questions provided by plug-ins as needed, so you can actually add more questions. In addition to general quizzes such as multiple choice, true/false, and drag-drop, Moodle has CodeRunner, Geogebra, STACK, and computational questions.
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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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