The more senses involved the more you remember

Cognitive science shows that the more senses involved when you are learning the more you remember. With this conclusion, a well-developed digital learning environment will become a perfect starting point for learning. This is improved by the prospects of developing content that besides qualitative knowledge-creation also intend to empower the …

A Framework for Learning Design in the Digital Society

Pedagogical innovation is driven by discoveries in neurological research and teaching-skills-development research. In addition, today pedagogical innovation to a large extent takes place in interplay with the development and use of edtech. The last contribute and sometimes is critical to be able to implement the latest findings of pedagogical innovation …

The World’s 1st Human – Robot teaching team receives Greatness Award

Maria Bot is a socially advanced AI Android teaching assistant that with Professor William Barry, education futurist and AI ethicist, during the past months has formed the first human-Robot-teaching-team. They are teaching about UN Sustainability Goals as well as artificial intelligence etc. During Covid-19 pandemic, 10 000 people all over …

New Hub for Learning launched in the shadow of covid-19

Swedish authorities, employers’ organizations, the unions, and business are joining forces to combat unemployment in the shadow of covid-19. In a pilot project, they are now launching a hub for learning and competence development with free digital courses. The project is financed by the EU Social Fund. Besides combating the …

Serious Games impact on behaviour in school and the web

When so-called serious games for learning purposes first was introduced the focus was set on its benefits to provide a purposeful, fun way to develop cognitive change and knowledge. But can this non-traditional teaching tool also be a source of behavioural change? Research from the eConfidence project and Schoolnet shows …