I explore how technology affects learning among remote learners, whether at an individual level in terms of the choices we make or a societal level in terms of our discourse. I also look at how technology can be designed better to meet our quick learning needs — part of that relates to mindfully improving the EdTec business uses of technology. @SWAYAM @BYJU @Udemy @Coursera @EdX hit me up
My friends study artificial intelligence; I study natural stupidity.
Most days (Unofficially), I’m a behavioral architect with a weird sense of humor. Some days, I’m just weird. Bring me a problem, and I’ll help you crack, stab or do whatever is necessary to solve it. Murder is extra.
I’ve kept this space for my passionate, curious behavioral-based project. You will be serenaded with case studies, pondering questions, WIP, and everything.
#Why is it people don’t number their cold mails and share them with the receiver? (I’m sure someone will be intrigued with a random number attached along the mail request)
# Is there a pattern when it comes to swiping on touch screens, i.e. ‘R to L’ or ‘L to R’ (say going through a carousel), and how much of this is to do with how our brains are wired?
“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.”
~ Toni Morrison
Projects so far:
- Output over Time-based working model
- Enhancing the engagement and completion rate of MOOC for learners (WIP- Ph.D. Topic area)
- Associate at First Principle Lab (My experience so far)
- Learner for Context Architecture Masterclass (1001 stories)
- CSBC workshops by Ashoka University
- Social Norm Change workshop by South Asia Social Norms Learning Collaboration
- Volunteer for India Behavioural Economics Network (iben) under Nudge Lab
- Participated in IIT Madras Nudge It!
- Active in Whatsapp BehSciClub group 😛 (If that counts)