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A Guide to Optimizing Your Virtual Classroom

8. Nov 2017

optimizing your virtual classroom

Applications, Education, Business,

Virtual Classroom vs. Traditional Classroom As research is progressing in the field of examining the effectiveness of new learning designs and teaching methods like the virtual classroom, we encounter challenges that must be addressed to provide a suitable and meaningful alternative to older and more traditional classroom designs. So far, major benefits have emerged from... Read More

Applying Contextualized Learning to Explainer Videos

25. Oct 2017

contextualized learning

Applications, Education,

“Content without purpose is only trivia” – Steve RevingtonWhat is learning? What is the best way of teaching? How do we ensure that information is retained? And most importantly, how can a teacher effectively communicate with students who struggle to find the relevance of the topic? These challenges are daily reminders that curriculum and instructional... Read More

5 Study Techniques to Improve Your Grades

18. Oct 2017

study techniques to improve your grades

Applications, Education,

Are you already getting a bad feeling just hearing about studying, or your guilty conscience is getting to you telling you that you really need to get started or you will get a bad grade? However, you are still missing the motivation to get started or simply don’t know how? Well let me tell you, you... Read More

Explaining Classroom Rules Using Videos

18. Oct 2017

classroom rules

Applications, Education,

Carefully designed classroom rules that are fairly implemented have a significant impact on student behavior and on student learning. So, explaining classroom rules are fundamental in order to ensure effective teaching and learning as well as set expectations to limit distractions within the environment. Classroom rules, therefore, have a dual purpose: they limit distracting behavior, but... Read More