James Wright | Digital Innovation Lead and Physics Teacher
Garden International School

James Wright, Digital Innovation Lead and Physics Teacher, Garden International School

James is the Digital Innovation Lead at Garden International School in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Trained as a physics teacher, he's always been interested in evidence-based education, and in the use of data in teaching. At GIS Malaysia, he leads the school in finding new and innovative ways to harness technology to improve teaching and learning. Key projects have included leveraging PowerBI to create customised student information dashboards, and the introduction of micro-credentials to optimise curriculum design for horizontal integration of transfer goals.


EDUtech Asia 2023 Conference Day 2 @ 16:40

Using micro-credentials to gamify learning and evidence progress

  • Micro-credentials have existed for some time, but are only just becoming more common in education settings.
  • By carefully curating a micro-credential pathway, educators can design personalised learning for students that compliments both hybrid and conventional delivery methods.
  • When carefully designed, micro-credentials also allow schools to see student progress and curriculum alignment.
last published: 04/Oct/23 02:06 GMT

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