how e-learning can help struggling students

How e-learning can meet some needs of struggling students

E-learning, Students, Teachers

Low-achieving students were used to be classified as lazy, distracted, restless, or simply slow learners. But there are more than one type of struggling students, and as we get to know more reasons behind their problems, we can better understand which part of learning is a challenge for them and how to address it.

the use of smartphones in the classroom

Smartphones in the classroom: friend or foe?

Gamification, Higher Ed, Students

From being a distracting gadget to becoming a valuable learning tool: that’s the short story of the use of smartphones in the classroom. Instead of making students switch off their phones, teachers should embrace the available technology and think of new ways to use these instruments to gain their students’ attention, keep them interested, stir their desire to learn, and support their learning actions.

digital citizenship

The CPR approach to digital citizenship

E-learning, Students, Teachers

With the fast and always expanding internet, we need to take into consideration a new type of a community: the digital community. The digital community is as safe as each of us make it. That’s why teachers, students, and anyone who uses the internet should know the CPR approach to being a good digital citizen.

Pokemon Go be part of the classroom

Can Pokemon Go be part of the classroom?

K-12, Students, Teachers

Pokemon Go is an AR game that made millions of people to go outside and interact while playing the game. The number of active players and the engagement rates are astounding. What if teachers use it in their instruction? Can Pokemon Go be part of the classroom?

ISTE 2016

ISTE 2016: when ed-tech met passion

News

ISTE 2016 was this year’s biggest conference on education technology, and the NEO team was proud to be part of it. With more than 19,000 people roaming the floors of the Colorado Convention Center, the NEO booth attracted a considerable number of visitors.

learning portal

Is a learning portal different from an LMS?

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12

A learning management system is a software that educational institutions buy in order to manage diverse aspects of online education. A learning portal is just another face of the same LMS; it is the customized end result that students use in their learning. There may be a fine line between a leaning management system and a learning portal, but it exists nonetheless.

LMS ROI

Proving LMS ROI: Is an LMS a worthy investment?

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12

An LMS can help educational institutions achieve their academic plans, cut costs, and even improve profit. But when it comes to proving that including an LMS in the educational strategy — or adopting a new one — is a worthy investment, things tend to get down a slippery slope. Why is it so hard to prove the ROI of an LMS? Read on to find out.

LMS design

Top 5 things to consider when designing an LMS

E-learning

There are LMS vendors that describe their products as being user friendly, sometimes that is nowhere near the truth. When it comes down to defining the design of an LMS, terms such as intuitive, easy to use, responsive, and many others tend to mean a different thing to each vendor. But they shouldn’t, right? There should be some standards that each vendor should follow before labeling their LMS user friendly.

Meet NEO at ISTE 2016 in Denver

Meet NEO at ISTE 2016 in Denver!

News

ISTE 2016 brings together educators, talent development professionals, and thought leaders alike. 16,000 educators and 500 companies have already announced their participation. During the 1,000+ sessions, over 2,000 speakers will cover everything from the science of learning to learning technologies. Meet NEO at ISTE 2016 in Denver!

Meet the NEO team at Booth #2756! We have candy!

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