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Processes behind the product

Posted on: May 3, 2019

I love behind-the-scenes videos. They provide insights into the processes behind products.


One such product was was a four-minute recap by James Cordon of 67 previous episodes of Game of Thrones before its final season.


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The delivery was one thing. It was effectively over in about four minutes. However, insights into the hard work behind it were only visible in the next video.


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What was still invisible was the development of talent for crafting the recap.

Applying this problem to education, this would require more videos and other artefacts in an e-portfolio. But this first assumes that all stakeholders (e.g., students, teachers, parents, employers, policy makers) value processes of learning as much as they do products of learning.

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