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the future of Higher Ed leadership
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Education technology and the future of Higher Ed leadership

Higher Ed

The future of leadership in higher education is now, and those aspiring to positions of influence must prepare themselves in all aspects, Taking a professional course to build a strong leadership foundation is also a popular option. With new kinds of learners entering the education system, it’s time new leadership does as well.

Continuing education for e-learning instructors
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Continuing education for e-learning instructors

Teachers

As technology continues to play an increasingly important role in the modern classroom, the need for educators who are adept in the use of these important tools is also growing. This is as true for the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom as it is for the online classroom.

music as a strategy for more inclusive e-learning
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Using music as a strategy for more inclusive e-learning and course design

Teachers

E-learning is a promising option for students who weren’t able to find success in a traditional classroom, and music education may help bring everything in balance. By making music a cornerstone of your lesson plan, your students may discover that they can more easily process ideas and concepts, propelling them towards success both in and out of their virtual classroom.

Overcoming security and privacy concerns with e-learning
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Overcoming security and privacy concerns with e-learning

School Management

Without modern technology and near-constant connectivity, online learning wouldn’t be possible. But while we have the internet to thank for our contemporary, robust e-learning landscape, security and privacy concerns are rampant as well. Cybersecurity now needs to become a cornerstone in every e-learning instructor’s lesson plan.

edtech to teach students essential real-life skills
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How educators can use edtech to teach students essential real-life skills

E-learning

Technology in the classroom continues to transform the way that teachers teach and students learn. From balancing a checkbook to understanding elements of nutrition, time management, and even how to work as a member of a group, edtech can help to bridge the gap between the classroom and real life.

Designing courses for students with diverse needs
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Designing courses for students with diverse needs

Teachers

By assessing your students’ needs, looking for patterns and exceptions within a group, shifting and expanding your teaching methods, and seeking alternative opportunities for testing will allow you to facilitate a course that is designed for students of many learning needs.

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