Soqqle is a social learning mobile app is designed like a private social media app but for education, so its familiar to students. + analytics. And its free".
In this conference, Soqqle users across Asia will share about their use cases in Language, Business, Science and more for an idea exchange.
21th Jan '21
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Dr Uma is the senior assistant director in Ministry of Higher Education, Malaysia, specializing in Instructional and Digital Learning. She will share about Technical and vocational education and training’ (TVET), why blended learning may appeal to TVET students and next steps to implement it.
Wan Syukriah Binti Wan Mohamad describes how she uses Soqqle to increase online engagement and manage feedback for active learning in her community college. She reports that it is a great tool for peer to peer learning and it encourages student motivation.
Paulina uses Soqqle to teach general education. She utilizes evidence based learning by preparing clear instructions and action plans for students to upload videos to track waste.
Aderina teaches English for IELT testing. In this session she describes how she uses social learning to incorporate into her IELTS speaking, presentation and practice.
The potential of using Soqqle for gamification comes alive with IPMI. Students are setup on the application to solve real life applications of classroom concepts.
Dety shares how she incorporates social learning to teach commercial awareness and business communication skills. She incorporates a client and consultant role-play within the application to facilitate discussion.
Wai Sing teaches Biomedical Engineering. Evidencing laboratory experiments with pictures and videos is one of his key use cases.
Bai Tao teaches Chemical Process Technology for vocational school students in Singapore. He has a special interest to increase the application level of concepts in the classroom.
Cathy deep-dives into her experiment for Mobile assisted language learning (MALL) for 70 students in English language learning. Cathy highlights increased engagement, peer feedback, enjoyment, pedagogical connections and better authentic expressions.
Kiki showcases how she introduces video-based learning into the classroom to teach students who are studying to become english teachers. She reports new ways to broaden blended teaching, making learning visualized, increasing cooperation, promotes reflection and promotes assessments methods.
Here are the general themes of what will be covered.
Social Learning is an emerging topic given trends in social technology. Find out how social influence can impact education.
How can the collective group improve the learning of the individual. Or how can the individual influence the performance of the group?
Videos might influence and improve learning gains of language learning. Improving self-confidence and comfort may help.
Not just teacher to student feedback, but also student to student feedback - peer-assessment and self-assessment
Applications of learning concepts in a realistic environment is typically a challenge to do. Soqqle can help to make it easier to do.