This is something I wrote in a protected post years ago. I want to get this bit out in the open. It captures an important distinction about Quality Assurance from John Biggs and asks a question (the title of this post) that I’ve yet to see an institution address effectively. Lots of big projects and events paying lip service, but […]
What are the impediments to quality teaching and what can be done to remove them?
Improving jQuery theme/Content Interface integration
The Problem One of the benefits of using jQuery as the initial framework for the Content Interface is that you can leverage the existing ecosystem. e.g. jQuery’s themes enable a default Content Interface (on the left) to be “themed” (on the right) by changing a single line of CSS. The problem is visually obvious in the above. The Reviewed and […]
Learning to think in React
Playing with React.js as a technology for CASA
Can React.js help extend CASA support for forward-oriented design? As the title suggests the aim here is to discover if the React.js library for building web (and other) user interfaces might help address some limitations and add some needed features to the Contextually-Appropriate Scaffolding Assemblage (CASA) idea (Jones, 2019). I’m going to be spending a fair bit of time on […]