Ed-Tech · pedagogy · Philosophy of Education

On the Unreal: VR and embodied embedded social cognition

I wrote previously about disruptive technologies and their impact on education. In this blog, I consider how content delivery technologies like Virtual Reality (VR) and Gamification will transform the role of the classroom practitioner. Aptly named game design companies like Unreal, the publisher of titles like Fortnite, ARK: Survival Evolved, Tekken 7 and Kingdom Hearts III… Continue reading On the Unreal: VR and embodied embedded social cognition

pedagogy · Policy · Progressivism

Singapore and PISA: a policy warning for England

In this blog,  I consider whether Singapore has implemented Western ideas better than the West, which arguably has resulted in significantly improved PISA results. Based on a tweet (see below), Greg Ashman suggested I had an unusual take on Singapore’s PISA success: (…) Katharine Birbalsingh commented on Finland’s decline in performance in the Programme for International… Continue reading Singapore and PISA: a policy warning for England