Category: Teaching, Training & Coaching in Words

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Jan 15

Culturally Responsive Teaching in Today’s Classrooms by Valentina Gonzalez

Our students bring their cultures with them into our rooms. Each one is unique and important. How we use them in instruction is up to us. Students come to us with varied experiences. Even students with little or no education have had experiences. They may not be the same experiences we have had. Their experiences …

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Jan 13

Why experiences are key. Why we should encourage young people to seek rich experiences and not to crave things. Neil Bunting

Why experiences are key. Why we should encourage young people to seek rich experiences and not to crave things. Surely, the point of education is to encourage our learners to try out as many new experiences as possible – to plunge themselves in the deep end of life and submerge themselves in rich experiences that …

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Jan 13

The intercultural dimension of early foreign language learning by Mariana Laxague

Interest in the teaching of foreign languages (English in particular) to younger learners has notably increased in the last decades. This phenomenon has partly to do with the fact that parents aim to provide their children with an education that enables them to compete in the labour market in the future. Furthermore, it is also …

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Jan 12

Top 50 Most Popular eLearning Industry Articles For 2017 by Christopher Pappas

Reaching the end of 2017, we can say that it has been a great year with new trends, theories, tips, and strategies for a better, more complete eLearning experience. In this article, we have gathered up the writings of our most popular authors, presenting you with the top 50 List of the most popular eLearning …

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Jan 12

Empowered Learners: Hyperconnected And Self-Directed by David James

Research shows us that employees are accessing the learning they need differently from how they did just a few years ago. Here is how most of today’s corporate learners are now looking for what they need away from their organization’s Learning and Development channels. Modern Online Learning Habits Of Today’s Empowered Learners It’s recognized that …

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Jan 11

3 Steps To Marketing Your Certification Program By Mark Iafrate December 29, 2017 0 Comments DIGITAL BADGES AND CREDENTIALING 3 Steps To Marketing Your Certification Program

Let’s discuss launching and marketing your certification course or, more specifically, how to find your ideal audience and then persuade them to sign up for your program. How To Launch Your Own Certification Program: Marketing Your Certification Program Before we delve into launching and marketing your certification program, we should first discuss beta testing. GET …

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Jan 11

Microlearning: Technologies Used And Development Process by Anubha Goel

In this article, we will explore what technologies are used in microlearning, how a mobile-enabled microlearning digital platform helped an organization deliver continual training, and some crucial dos and don’ts of microlearning development. Delivering Effective Microlearning Experiences In The Workplace Learning with small chunks of information has always been around and technology plays a major …

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Jan 11

10 Adult Learning Facts And Stats That eLearning Pros Need To Know by Christopher Pappas

10 Adult Learning Facts And Stats That eLearning Pros Need To Know Are you looking for ways to keep your adult learners engaged during your eLearning course? In this article, I’ll share 10 adult learning facts and stats that every eLearning professional should know. Adult Learning Facts And Stats For eLearning Professionals In order to …

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Jan 11

Getting Learners To Love Their Learning According To The Self-Determination Theory by Juliette Denny

Why waste time fighting your learners, and trying to get them engaged with a dull training experience? Wouldn’t it be easier to give them something exciting, that makes them feel like they can achieve their goals? Keep reading to find out what you need… Getting Learners To Love Their Learning According To The Self-Determination Theory …

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Jan 11

How Creative Teaching Improves Students’ Executive Function Skills By Iman Rasti

Synopsis Teaching creatively, no matter the age group, grade level, or subject matter, not only improves the students’ creativity skills but also enhances their executive function networks. … To be ready for college, the workforce, and a life in a technological society, students need the ability to gather, comprehend, evaluate, synthesize, and analyze an overwhelming …

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