Daniel L. Randall, Ph.D.

Educational Innovator, Product Leader, Researcher, and Designer

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In 2015, several associates and I opened an innovative charter school designed to provide students with personalized instruction and holistic learning experiences. 

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The Office of Educational Technology in the U.S. Department of Education organized a two-day summit in December of 2016 aimed at improving teacher preparation. 

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In 2007, I had the opportunity to attend the University of Cambridge as a visiting student through the Pembroke-Kings Programme. While there I did additional undergraduate coursework. 

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IPT Ed Tec is an Open Badge system originally designed for a course at Brigham Young University. The most current version of the badge system can be found at here

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In February 2017, I had the opportunity to be part of a group from the Utah Association of Charter Schools that met with Utah state senators and representatives.

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I've published several research articles and book sections, as well as given numerous presentations on topics such as Collaborative Innovation, Open Badges, Scaling Educational Technologies, and more. 

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About Dan Randall

I’m a product manager, instructional designer, learning experience designer, UX designer, educational researcher, and innovator with a love for technology.

My research interests include online learning, the use of story and video in instruction, educational innovations, micro-credentialing, and collaborative innovation.