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5 Key elements of personalized learning
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5 Key elements of personalized learning

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Personalized learning revolves around the students, allowing them to organize their learning following their own time, place and pace. By offering equal opportunities for learner development, this type of approach leads to a society in continuous progress that values equity which should be the definition of success.

EdTech enable Social Emotional Learning
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Can EdTech enable Social Emotional Learning (SEL)?

Teachers

Considering that Social Emotional Learning (SEL) seems to be a wholly “human-human” interaction, it may be hard to imagine that EdTech can add to or even improve SEL teaching. But even when dealing with the development of soft skills such as those described by SEL, EdTech does have a role to play. Read more to find out how EdTech can enable SEL.

e-learning is perfect for introverted students
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5 Reasons e-learning is perfect for introverted students

E-learning

Chances are, one in three (if not even one in two) students is introverted. This means they don’t particularly enjoy being surrounded by people at all times, they are not very vocal about neither their struggles nor their successes in their learning process, need a little extra time to participate in any kind of discussion and prefer to engage in independent activities rather than group ones.

m-learning is transforming online education
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How m-learning is transforming online education

E-learning

M-learning isn’t just transforming online teaching – it’s disrupting it in the most positive sense of the term. Every day brings some new advancement that ultimately furthers the most important goal of all: making it easier than ever for every student to learn what they need, how they need, where they need, no exceptions. It’s truly exciting to think about what the next five (and beyond) may have in store for us all.

Makerspaces go digital
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Makerspaces go digital: 6 options for the blended classroom

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What makes Makerspaces so attractive is that they are accompanied by images of students getting “their hands dirty”, experimenting and tinkering in the real-world, and getting out from behind the screen. Many Makerspace projects exist and are conducted in blended learning environments using digital tools. I thought we could explore some of the Makerspaces and tools that are blending online and physical environments.

m-learning in the classroom
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7 PROs and CONs of m-learning in the classroom

E-learning

A good e-learning strategy should incorporate m-learning, but that m-learning is not sufficient as a primary content and engagement driver. While the challenges of mobile learning include screen and keyboard size, distraction and cost, it will remain an unavoidable part of the blended learning mix because it is ubiquitous, well understood by students and powerfully immersive and adaptable.

next generation learning elementary schools
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Next Generation Learning: Elementary School

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This series has told the stories of some of the grant recipients of the Next Generation Learning Challenges program, describing schools that have taken seriously the need to adapt, modify and in some cases entirely reinvent learning modes, and teaching models using technology as a basis. In our third and final blog in our series on the Next Generation Learning Challenges we’ll explore successes in the elementary school context.

ingredients to online learning success
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5 Basic ingredients to online learning success

E-learning

If achieving online learning success is like making a healthy meal, both students and educators must keep in mind that there are many ways to create a nutritious dinner. Achieving great results with online education requires a balance between pedagogical content knowledge, technological knowledge, game-based learning, data-driven decision making, and formative assessments.

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E-learning and the challenge of the senses

E-learning

Blending online and physical learning is in most cases the ideal future scenario for education, and there seems little reason to fear that online models will be devoid of the bright, immersive, and inspiring inputs that will one day stimulate all of the senses.

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