I have been working with online education for two years now reading things from experts in fields ranging from communication, to memorization techniques, to psychology. What I have come to learn is that memory and learning is so much about context, and that is what my work features. An atom in many students' brain is an abstract piece of fact, often just a definition, but definitions don't mean that much to us. We have to experience things for the best outcome! For math, I advocate a learning style based on examples that students understand, and from memorization expert Tony Buzan there are 12 memory principles I believe that all teachers should know, which are the ones I utilize in all my work.
I believe in a project-based teaching model although I don't stress that traditional lecture should be abandoned. But, I work with stories and examples that students understand and feel for. In my first presentation I uploaded here, I took the students on a journey in Dubai. Dubai is excellent because it's innately interesting. The city has the highest skyscraper in the world which I use as well as I try to get the student to feel/experience the relationship between distance and angeles. The farther from the skyscraper we are, the less we have to raise our head to see the top. This is one of my favorite examples to a subject that many students find complex.
Awarded a 6th place in a magazine's list over Sweden's hottest web entrepreneurs.
MSc in Business Administration
Have developed two eLearning platforms of which the courses in one has been sold to schools and organizations all over the world. The second eLearning service I built targeted Swedish high schools.