Daniel L. Randall, Ph.D.
Educational Innovator, Researcher, and Designer
Get to Know Me
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
About Dan Randall
I’m an instructional, learning experience, and UX designer, product manager, problem solver, educator, videographer, 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.