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K-12

4 Cs of education online

How can we address the 4 Cs of education online?

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12, Teachers

Lauded as the 21st century’s “critical skills”, communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity have become buzzwords among educators, and it is quite easy to see why. Educators have turned their focus not only to imparting facts to their students, but also to developing the critical intellectual skills that denote and also inspire deeper more productive learning, self-motivation and other such values.

accessibility in e-learning

Designing for accessibility in e-learning

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12, Teachers

Plenty of students live with some form of disability, and they need not be excluded from online learning. Course creators should keep in mind some guidelines and law requirements when designing online learning materials. Accessible e-learning design is simply good design. Healthy students won’t even notice it, while those with a disability or another will be happy to be able to access your courses without major problems.

student posture

How student posture can affect their learning outcomes

K-12, Teachers

An incorrect seated posture can quickly lead to fatigue, neck and back strains and consequently a decline in focus and comfort. Students of all ages should move more and sit less, but the school program requires quite a lot of seating time. Educators should pay attention to student posture while learning, no matter if they use a computer or not.

the flipped classroom

The flipped classroom: creating a win-win situation for students and teachers

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

While there are plenty of concerns regarding the success of a flipped classroom (how to ensure all students have access to the lectures at any time, how to create the best lectures, and even trust students to come prepared to class), its benefits outnumber its shortcomings. The flipped classroom seems to create a win-win situation for both students and teachers. Once they try it, they no longer want to go back.

game-based learning

Why students love a game-based learning experience

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

For as long as children have preferred playing to sitting quietly and learning their ABCs, preschool teachers have been craftily devising games as Trojan horses to teach them concepts such as shapes, letter recognition, colors, seasons and relationships. But why exactly do students of all ages simply love a game-based learning experience?

education apps for the classroom

Top 7 education apps for the classroom

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

There’s an app for anything you’d want to do in the classroom. There are, in fact, so many, that’s notoriously difficult for teachers to find the right ones for their classroom activities. Check out these seven educational apps that can spice up learning activities: Kahoot!, NYT – VR, G Suite for Education, Kaizena, TED Talks, Curiosity and NEO LMS!

parent concerns about BYOD

Addressing the most common parent concerns about BYOD in schools

E-learning, K-12, Parents

All parents want the best for their kids in terms of education. That’s why they try to keep an open mind about new teaching methods. But when it comes to BYOD programs they also have a heavy heart. So let’s address a few matters that raise concerns among parents when they are first introduced to the notion of BYOD.

deep learning

Supporting students achieve deep learning

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12, Teachers

In order to succeed in deep learning, students have to understand the class material and they have to know why it is important for them to learn all the information and how it will aid them later on in their lives and their careers. To further improve this, special attention needs to be paid both to the content itself and the teaching method.

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