If learning styles were real, I would be a satirical learner. And satire is precisely what lets us get away with doing this. My teammate and fellow satire enthusiast Christian and I were chatting away about how to share our learning.
Thinking something like “I worked on _____ and all I learned was this stupid idea”. Low effort, decent impact, could still have fun with it. I’m picturing an intentionally shitty aesthetic.Christian Metaxas, Electronic Learning Designer
This didn’t directly send me to think of primary school style worksheets. But almost. I sent Christian an example of an End of Lesson Exit Card. “Like this?”
Ahaha exactly. Maybe give it a little Breaking Bad edge.Christian
In the show, a young entrepreneur from New Mexico named Jesse Pinkman was in the hospital and the show used this device (the chart) to maybe hint that Jesse might be looking elsewhere for pain medication in the near future. Turns out this chart is based on a real chart which used the Wong-Baker FACES Pain Rating Scale.
Now to get silly. Would it be funny to replace “pain” with “learn”? Yes. Yes, it would.
Enter The Universal Learn Assessment Tool. I am not sure at this point what is intentional and what is unintentional, but the low production value aesthetic has not been harmed by my work here.
If you feel you have just experienced the worst learn possible, we advise bedrest immediately.
We have more plans for this. Stay tuned. Artwork by Christian.