Free eBook: Trainer’s Guide To Designing Next Level Learning

| February 25, 2019

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Instructional Designers come from a wide range of organizations, industries, and locations. They are a group of professionals who understand the importance of constantly improving and reflecting on their skillset; from becoming better-evolved experts in their design to working with SMEs in a highly efficient and fluent manner. Lateral leadership has never been more relevant. Want to know more, then keep reading.

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Ani's Math Story

Article | May 27, 2020

I’ve always had a love/hate relationship with math, leaning heavily towards the latter. It was always something I was good at, but didn’t enjoy. Quite frankly, it still stuns me on a regular basis that I’ve ended up working for a math company. Let me try to parse this out by saying that math has been intrinsically tied to every definitive choice I’ve made, consciously or unconsciously. Flash backwards—I’m 4. My mom is teaching me long division, insisting that this is absolutely crucial for how I map the rest of my life. I assume this is how the rest of my peers spend their time, completely oblivious to the fact that other neighborhood children are outside, running around on playgrounds, doing cartwheels up and down their sunlit front yards. Instead, I’m grinding away. I think I remember this as fun. I think I ask my mom to give me another multiplication problem.

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What the Shift to Virtual Learning Could Mean for the Future of Higher Ed

Article | March 31, 2020

Tectonic shifts in society and business occur when unexpected events force widespread experimentation around a new idea. During World War II, for instance, when American men went off to war, women proved that they could do “men’s” work — and do it well. Women never looked back after that. Similarly, the Y2K problem demanded the extensive use of Indian software engineers, leading to the tripling of employment-based visas granted by the U.S. Fixing that bug enabled Indian engineers to establish their credentials, and catapulted them as world leaders in addressing technology problems. Alphabet, Microsoft, IBM, and Adobe are all headed by India-born engineers today.

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How the Remote Learning Pivot Could Shape Higher Ed IT

Article | April 17, 2020

It’s no secret that, even while acknowledging the benefits, many in higher¬ education have long viewed online education and remote learning with some degree of skepticism. Fast-forward to this year’s novel coronavirus pandemic, however, and even skeptics find themselves embracing remote learning — like it or not, ready or not. With universities everywhere forced to indefinitely shut their classroom doors until the health crisis ends (or at least stabilizes), remote learning has become the only option for ensuring students can finish the classes, credits and degrees in which they’ve invested.

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ASSESS AND IMPROVE DIGITAL LEARNING

Article | February 13, 2020

Digital learning may be the latest and greatest trend in education. It has allowed for creative instructional practices, like flipped classrooms and individualized instruction. Many teachers report that their students are more engaged than ever. But do you know if digital learning is useful in helping your students learn? How can you tell? You assess it, and that should be easy. Schools are in the business of assessment. They routinely evaluate teacher efficacy and student learning, so assessing the quality and impact of digital learning should be easy. Are your digital learning assessment practices up to par? If not, what can you do to correct them? The simple act of observation can tell you a lot about the effectiveness of digital learning in your classroom.

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C-Learning

C-Learning develops innovative and cost-effective learning solutions. Our expertise in content development and learning management can help your organisation meet its training and performance goals. We provide learning solutions to some of Australia's largest and most successful organisations.Content development – we have proven methodologies for creating high quality learning quickly and cost effectively. From one module to a structured accredited qualification course – nothing is too big or too small.

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