What’s stopping your eLearning getting off the ground? Audience research from our Learning Technologies 2014 seminars exposed some common barriers to effective eLearning, so we’ve taken a look at three ways to overcome them.
All learning includes the asking and answering of four questions. These questions form a cycle of learning. This four-part cycle applies to learning anything. Check the article to find more!
The 20th century brought forth several changes in the field of education. These changes include teaching methods and pedagogies, teaching and learning theories, and new perspectives on where America’s education is heading. In the 21st century, classrooms called online classrooms or virtual classrooms are emerging in vast numbers, all accessible 24/7, across towns and cities and certainly across the nations. Still, how much can 21st century classrooms benefit from 20th century theories?
Steve Jobs dreamed of making paper textbooks obsolete. Apple has pursued that vision for years with iBooks Textbooks, which today expanded into new markets across Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
Remind101 announced today that it has raised $15 million for its free platform that gives teachers a safe way to send text messages to students and stay in touch with parents.
UNESCO Mobile Week participants describe how mobile technologies can benefit teachers and learners now and in the future.