Tag

learning experience

3405

Using edtech to personalize education for all students

E-learning

Edtech has great potential of personalizing education. As long as it’s used to complement the physical classroom, I’m confident they will continue to be a huge part of students’ lives long after the pandemic will have become just a collective memory.

Meeting the needs of Gen Z students with visual learning
5104

Meeting the needs of Gen Z students with visual learning

Teachers

Gen Z students prefer visual learning above all others and adapting our teaching methods for them is extremely important. Otherwise, we risk denying them the right to an engaging educational journey and missing many teaching opportunities.

challenges of mobile learning
16887

The challenges of mobile learning in the classroom and how to overcome them

E-learning

Students having access to a mobile device to use in and outside of class — their own or a school provided device — is now the norm rather than the exception. However, this frenzied adoption of mobile devices within learning has presented many new challenges for education leaders. Teachers need all the support if they are to overcome these challenges and to redefine the role mobile devices play in the classroom.

vr apps for the modern classroom
15943

5 useful VR apps for the modern classroom

E-learning, K-12, Teachers

VR technology helps teachers create incredible learning experiences for their students — experiences that will stick to their brain faster and for a longer time than traditional and otherwise boring lectures. Teachers that embrace VR and use it in their classrooms can take their students on amazing journeys on various parts of the globe, at different times, on the Moon, on the bottom of an ocean and even inside the human body.

game-based learning
15070

Why students love a game-based learning experience

Gamification

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?

40408

How a school LMS goes beyond surface learning for students

E-learning, LMS, Teachers

When teaching to a class full of students it can be a bit difficult to truly personalize the learning experience for each. Of course, any good teacher will adapt and adjust the content to the class level, but it can’t be done at every student level. This is why LMSs come in handy to all the teachers and students that want to “scratch beyond the surface” and access a deeper learning level.

Augmented Reality in education
25121

3 Benefits of using Augmented Reality in education

E-learning, Teachers

Augmented Reality has many benefits, like making students more motivated to learn, transforming classrooms with interactivity, or supporting students learn faster. In other words, AR technology in education spikes up student engagement and motivation, enables learners to use their imagination, and encourages them to be curious.

cookie-cutter education
17169

Why we should leave behind the cookie-cutter education

E-learning, K-12

Schools are like mass producers of perfectly shaped cookies, instead of being loving mothers who bake the most delicious cookies ever. If students are encouraged to learn through bringing up their individuality and curiosity instead of threatening them with standardized tests and bad grades, schools create delicious cookies. And we would live a in a better educated world.

Measuring success of online education
7741

Measuring success of online education [Infographic]

E-learning, Higher Ed, K-12

Successful online education means offering personalized learning experiences to students, which will impact schools’ metrics, which will adapt and impact the employment world metrics. Of course, all stakeholders must work together, and take into account each other’s needs when setting their success metrics — which is obviously easier said than done; but not impossible.

Close