Hints are very important as it not only helps the user to understand the concept but also proves to be a great guide for learning. Hints let you struggle to know the right answer by yourself, it directly doesn’t give you the answer but lets you search on your own which is quite useful for learning. In this blog you will also get to know the three stages of a hint and much more.
This blog is a simple introduction on Item Response Theory. So what we’re going to look over here is what is this S curve? What is item response theory? Just to understand at a very high level, what are the applications and how IRT is involved in it? Where do we come across all of these things? And why should you as a product manager, as an instructional designer, as a learning outcomes engineer, even care for this particular thing? And also why NASSCOM is called a qualification pack?
It’s easy to be ‘difficult’,when you are designing tech products and content as it is to be consumed by the reader to seek an outcome. The information presented here will give you a detailed structure of the readability, flow, length, formatting and relevancy for the perfect content. Storytelling and Visual elements play a key role for a broader concept of learning.
This blog post marks the beginning of 4 months road trip with Mayuresh Shilotri, Shrikant Somani and Nishant Sharma travelling across the hinterlands selling stuff and building a brand. Truly rewarding journey.
The objective here is to debunk myths that majority of city slickers have – Farmers do NOT necessarily mean POOR people. They are self respecting, high self esteem and educated people. Educated in scholastic and worldly ways.
Welcome to another episode of Humans of EdTech. And in this particular episode, we are going to have a look at a news that came sometime last week. And which can be of some interest to all of you guys who are here, who are interested in EdTech. So Inc.com, this particular article, which is “Google’s plan to disrupt the college degree is absolute genius”.