ELEARNING INDUSTRY TRENDS 2018

| July 12, 2018

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As learning and development becomes a greater priority for organisations around Australia, we understand how confusing and overwhelming the current learning environment is, especially with the introduction of so many different technologies and solutions to consider.Our eBook highlights the major trends, challenges and opportunities for companies to consider in 2018.  These are based on what we've experienced with our clients combined with what we've seen in the market place in relation to new technologies and learning solutions.


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321insight

321insight offers on-demand video content, specifically designed for K-12 schools. 321insight's products include Trauma Informed Schools, a training toolkit for schools to build a culture of care and help all staff become trauma-informed, and ParaSharp, a toolkit designed to increase paraeducator effectiveness with a collection of concise, relevant, and digestible videos and tools for paraeducators, focused on common challenges they face. All 321insight content is created by experts and practitioners, and is research-based.TRAUMA INFORMED schools combines foundational videos and resources, with role-specific tools to learn about and then apply a trauma-informed lens to daily practice in schools. Topics include Adverse Childhood Experiences, Resiliency, Regulation Strategies, The Crisis Cycle, and Building a Trauma-Informed Classroom. The solution includes tools for all roles in a school; principals, teachers, specialists, office staff, custodial staff, bus drivers, and more.

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