UTEL University

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We are the online University that brings together global leadership and local experience with the best technological innovation. Today at UTEL we prepare people who aspire to be leaders in their work, responsible for their family and in solidarity in their community, for a changing world, which faces great challenges. Employed in our educational quality, our programs are backed by the Ministry of Public Education, which guarantees that upon completion of the studies you will obtain the corresponding professional title and certificate.

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TULSA WORLD MAGAZINE: PERSONALIZED EDUCATION AIMS TO BREAK RESTRAINTS OF TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM

tulsa world | February 01, 2020

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Walk into any school classroom these days and there are signs of the personalized education approach — students discussing ideas in small groups, teachers rotating among students to provide one-on-one instruction. The concept of personalized learning has been percolating for years in education circles, and yet, there can be some disagreement about what it is exactly. “It means different things to different people,” says J.P. Culley, head of school at Holland Hall. “But th...

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WHY ARE SO MANY US UNIVERSITIES GOING TEST-OPTIONAL?

Study International | February 03, 2020

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SAT or ACT scores used to be a stringent requirement to enter US universities, but many are doing away with this – moving towards test-optional policies instead. More and more colleges and universities are announcing that they will no longer require these scores for admission purposes, although students can still submit them. The main reason for going test-optional is to offer a fairer approach when it comes to considering applicants, as the scores do not accurately reflect a student&rsquo...

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VR OPENS DOORS TO VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS FOR STUDENTS DURING COVID-19

pico | May 27, 2020

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Virtual reality (VR) continues to open up a world of opportunities for several industries including manufacturing, healthcare, construction, military training, and, of course, gaming. But the technology’s ability to deliver immersive and stimulating educational content is perhaps one of its most beneficial applications. Whether it’s providing students with a vibrant, virtual world for learning key educational content, training medical students in a safe and controlled virtual environ...

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STUDIO IN VANCOUVER RAISES $1 MILLION TO BUILD ONLINE LEARNING EXPERIENCES

dailyhive | November 02, 2020

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Vancouver-based Course Studio is prepared to change the internet learning scene in the wake of raising $1 million from industry insiders to extends its group and administrations. The organization, which was helped to establish by CEO Tonner Jackson in May, works with course makers to construct "web based learning encounters." Also, similar to the business they are attempting to stir up, Course Studio is developing quick. “The number one thing this funding wil...

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TULSA WORLD MAGAZINE: PERSONALIZED EDUCATION AIMS TO BREAK RESTRAINTS OF TRADITIONAL CLASSROOM

tulsa world | February 01, 2020

Walk into any school classroom these days and there are signs of the personalized education approach — students discussing ideas in small groups, teachers rotating among students to provide one-on-one instruction. The concept of personalized learning has been percolating for years in education circles, and yet, there can be some disagreement about what it is exactly. “It means different things to different people,” says J.P. Culley, head of school at Holland Hall. “But th...

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WHY ARE SO MANY US UNIVERSITIES GOING TEST-OPTIONAL?

Study International | February 03, 2020

SAT or ACT scores used to be a stringent requirement to enter US universities, but many are doing away with this – moving towards test-optional policies instead. More and more colleges and universities are announcing that they will no longer require these scores for admission purposes, although students can still submit them. The main reason for going test-optional is to offer a fairer approach when it comes to considering applicants, as the scores do not accurately reflect a student&rsquo...

Read More
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VR OPENS DOORS TO VIRTUAL CLASSROOMS FOR STUDENTS DURING COVID-19

pico | May 27, 2020

Virtual reality (VR) continues to open up a world of opportunities for several industries including manufacturing, healthcare, construction, military training, and, of course, gaming. But the technology’s ability to deliver immersive and stimulating educational content is perhaps one of its most beneficial applications. Whether it’s providing students with a vibrant, virtual world for learning key educational content, training medical students in a safe and controlled virtual environ...

Read More
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ONLINE EDUCATION

STUDIO IN VANCOUVER RAISES $1 MILLION TO BUILD ONLINE LEARNING EXPERIENCES

dailyhive | November 02, 2020

Vancouver-based Course Studio is prepared to change the internet learning scene in the wake of raising $1 million from industry insiders to extends its group and administrations. The organization, which was helped to establish by CEO Tonner Jackson in May, works with course makers to construct "web based learning encounters." Also, similar to the business they are attempting to stir up, Course Studio is developing quick. “The number one thing this funding wil...

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