• ‘Suped Up’ Learning Labels Apps on Android

    Updated all of my teams’ ‘admin’ apps – four of them – with a faster, smarter interface. They use the same rich layouts and design, which evolved through the years – but they are much quicker. There is a minor delay for the login, though the login gets saved for future requests; then the apps… Continue Reading

  • Create Series, Task, And Grade

    Learning labels are a standard representation of expectations for a task or experience, a way to define learning in skills and skill quantifiers. The goal is to get practitioners and/or publishers to create collections of learning labels. Once the labels are in place, use them to achieve higher level goals – like those of a… Continue Reading

  • Skill Syllabus PDF

    Skill Syllabus is accessible in Google Android and Windows 10 apps and a substantial web application. It renders in the native apps, as an interactive web page, and a PDF. During the first day of class, you share a printed or emailed PDF and/or access a unique webpage for the syllabus and then go step… Continue Reading

  • Revised Learning Labels App for Microsoft 10 Windows

    Significantly updated the Learning Labels App for learning practitioners. This combines the five Android Apps into a single app, with shared resources and login. The Windows 10 App works well on larger desktops, laptops and Surface tablets. The application is not perfected in the sense of being enterprise ready nor having enough substantive content in… Continue Reading

  • Skills Emblem

    Access Skills Emblem. Graphic showing real time summary of Skill Points, hours spent, and tasks in queue and completed on a skill by skill basis. Graphic (PNG) is downloadable. (With enough label content) A future use of a Skills Emblem could be to represent real-time skill achievement on a resume, personal website, or social media.… Continue Reading

  • Learning Label Peer Reviews on Apps

    While introducing the learning labels system, top suggestion I get is to verify the expectations (remove the arbitrary) with peer reviews. I agree. I push a scientific analogy of defining learning expectations and job requirements with skills and Skill Points like defining atoms and coefficients to substances. A peer review interface was built into the… Continue Reading