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The DOER Effect and H5P

One more post for the H5P mini-series I’ve been working on. You can find the others in this series such as: H5P and Pressbooks, a Brief Highlight Reel, Which H5P Type is Right for You?, Designing useful feedback in H5P. Now on with the show. The “doer effect” is an association between the number of online interactive practice…

By JR August 26, 2020 Off

Which H5P Type is Right for You?

An example juxtaposition I used in the presentation What is Old is New Again: Patterns in Pedagogy and Educational Technology This is the second in a series of reflections about how I’ve used H5P until now. The first post covered some Pressbooks projects and some H5P presentations I’ve given over the past few years. Today…

By JR August 14, 2020 Off

H5P and Pressbooks, a Brief Highlight Reel

The funny thing about portfolios is that they both capture pieces of work, but fall out of date relatively quickly. At least that’s my experience with them. I’ve created portfolios for teaching, for graduate school, for industrial arts projects, for hobby business related things (like the pen turning), and for instructional design and educational technology.…

By JR August 10, 2020 Off

H5P Awesomeness

Laura Killam put together the first example of the new H5P branching content type I’ve seen (aside from what’s shown on H5P.org) and she put it all together in under 3 hours. That includes the video that was created for each of the stages in the scenarios. I gave it a shot, and failed. Branching…

By JR April 25, 2019 Off

Week in Review | 30-23

I’m excited to share with you my weekly review, where I get to talk about all the awesome articles, books, podcasts, and music that I’ve been enjoying lately. It’s a great way for us to connect and maybe even discover some new things together. So, let’s jump right in and see what I’ve been seeing…

By JR July 28, 2023 Off