Unlimited Practice and Instant Feedback Hone Students’ Skills

Implementing the Möbius platform at Reykjavik University benefit both students and teachers
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Guest Blog written by: Snjólaug Steinarsdóttir and Þorgerður Jónsdóttir Reykjavik University We teach mathematics at Reykjavik University (RU), Iceland, but we first saw Möbius in action during a visit to the Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, in autumn 2019. Both Chalmers and RU put enormous effort into mathematics instruction. But one difference between …

Designing An Effective STEM Course – Part 2: The Power of Individualized Learning

Nihad Subasic Electrical Engineering Lecturer at KTH Royal Institute of Technology enhances students learning with Möbius.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

In the previous blog post (Part 1), we covered the limitations and shortcomings of traditional lessons and how Möbius, our modern active learning platform, meets the requirements for teaching maths-based STEM subjects. In this second article of the series, Nihad Subasic, Electrical Engineering Lecturer at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, shares his experience with Möbius …

Designing An Effective STEM Course – Part 3: Möbius is Like a Fruit Tree

Nihad Subasic Electrical Engineering Lecturer at KTH Royal Institute of Technology enhances students learning with Möbius.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

In the previous blog series (Part 1 and Part 2), Nihad Subasic, Electrical Engineering Lecturer at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, shared his experience on designing effective STEM courses with Möbius. We have covered the limitations and shortcomings of traditional lessons and how Möbius, a modern active learning platform, puts students first. Some highlights of Möbius …

Designing An Effective STEM Course – Part 1: Using Möbius for Engineering Courses

Nihad Subasic Electrical Engineering Lecturer at KTH Royal Institute of Technology enhances students learning with Möbius.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Nihad Subasic teaches Electrical Engineering and Mechatronics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. In 2021 started new research on online education of Engineering studies and Möbius. In this three-part blog series, Nihad shares his experience on how he designs effective, interactive courses using Möbius. What was your experience in teaching Electrical Engineering courses like …

What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Assessing the Challenges of Digital Assets – Dr. Steven Furino

Dr. Steven Furino, Assistant Dean of Online Studies at University of Waterloo shares his experience
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

There can be tremendous gains made using technology, but that technology alone will be hard pressed to create those gains in learning. We need to align our technology with wisdom from cognitive science and psychology, with the social structures of schools and neighborhoods, and with reductions in economic class differences that deprive significant fractions of the population …

Humanity Should Guide Technology into the Future – Sunil Singh

Not only does taking technology out of a supportive/reactive role to good pedagogy create a problem, but over-emphasizing its value negates the idea of equity in math education. It’s a tricky balance.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

In my 20 years of teaching, I never used technology. I began my teaching career in 1994, where the gold standard for breakthrough technology was Geometer’s Sketchpad. It had just had its wide release three years earlier. While I saw the immense power of GSP many times, we never really crossed paths — I was ridiculously faithful …

How School Districts Can Avoid the Pitfalls of Ineffective EdTech Implementations

Nicholas Svensson, Vice President, Product Development SMART Technologies on successful technology implementation for education technology
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Implementation is one of the most underestimated, yet crucial steps in ensuring the effectiveness of education technology in the classroom. As many education leaders know, there’s a lot of room for error when it comes to successful education technology implementation. In order to avoid those pitfalls, there is a series of critical steps that must …

DigitalEd and What To Do With All This Data – Dr. Steve Furino

Listen as Dr. Steve Furino, Assistant Dean of Online Studies at the University of Waterloo discusses how to analyze the data collected in instructional technology platforms with Dr. Jim Cooper. In the second part of their discussion below, Steve and Jim talk about DigitalEd, the new digital education spinoff company from Maplesoft.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

The Faculty of Mathematics at the University of Waterloo (UW) has the largest concentration of mathematical and computer science talent in the world and has been offering online mathematics courses since 2003. Over 21,000 UW students per year enroll in online for-credit math courses and the number of unique users visiting UW’s open educational resources …

DigitalEd and Moving Forward with eLearning – Dr. Paul Woolner

Dr. Paul Woolner talks with Dr. Jim Cooper, CEO of DigitalEd, about the potential of educational technology. In the second part of their conversation below, Paul and Jim discuss how and why to collect data from instructional technology.
Siobhan Paul
Siobhan Paul
Director, Global Marketing

Dr. Paul Woolner applies organizational science and learning theory to build scalable, high performance, business enterprises. Working collaboratively, he has helped create sector leading, profitable and sustainable businesses as an advisor, partner and founding entrepreneur. His goal is to build organizations that optimize the collective intelligence of its members to achieve business success, personal engagement …