This may be the next step beyond tutorials on YouTube, MOOCs (massively open online courses), Google Play for Education and YouTube EDU. It may even be signaling the next step for education. It’s called “Oppia,” and it’s a learning teaching tool. It helps teachers customize what they’re teaching, student by student – by asking the individual learner questions and, “based on how the learner responds to those questions, the teacher decides how to proceed, which questions to ask, how to give feedback and so on,” TechCrunch reports.
It’s part of the shift (I hope) we’re seeing away from mass-production education, as it helps tailor the subject to the learner rather than the other way around. “You can think of this as a smart feedback system that tries to ‘teach a person to fish,’ instead of simply revealing the correct answer or marking the submitted answer as wrong,” Google says.
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One of Pokemon's leading community managers, Mike Liesik, works with hundreds of thousands of users everyday. His ability to interact, engage and manage Pokemon's community is without a doubt a demanding role. CleanSpeak's customizability allows Liesik to create the parameters and workflows his team needs to efficiently manage and moderate one of the world's largest online communities.
"Having the CleanSpeak admin interface certainly helps bring major issues to light immediately. Allowing the staff to be more efficient and effective in reviewing, escalating, and actioning users... The flexibility allows Pokemon to catch false positives quickly so our customers are not getting muted or banned for no reason"
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