4 Reasons Your Learners Will Prefer Microlearning

March 27, 2018

Microlearning has proven extremely popular with employees, who have long dreaded spending hours at a time in boring learning environments. While most are excited about developing new skills, traditional organizational training methods often fail to keep learners interested and engaged.So, what can you do to get them interested?

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The Posse Foundation

The Posse Foundation has identified, recruited and trained 8,480 public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential to become Posse Scholars. Since 1989, these students—many of whom might have been overlooked by traditional college selection processes—have been receiving full-tuition leadership scholarships from Posse’s partner institutions of higher education. Most important, Posse Scholars graduate at a rate of 90 percent and make a visible difference on campus and throughout their professional careers.

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7 Steps for Selecting Adaptive Courseware

Infographic | February 14, 2020

How do colleges and universities decide which courseware to use? With so many options to review, how do you determine which are most relevant to your goals? Contacted 16 institutions working with Every Learner Everywhere, a network that supports innovation in teaching practices, to learn about their preferred procurement methods. Below are seven steps to a successful process for selecting adaptive courseware.

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A GUIDE TO DIVERSITY IN THE CLASSROOM INFOGRAPHIC

Infographic | June 7, 2022

Simply put, “diversity” refers to the fact that everyone in a classroom is unique. Students may come from different cultural backgrounds, their families may face varying economic circumstances, or they may have different religious beliefs. Even with similar backgrounds, however, individual students may read at different levels or be more athletic than others. No matter how much common ground students share, each one has a unique personality. The challenge for the classroom teacher: Recognize these differences and create an environment where everyone has the opportunity to learn while also respecting one another.

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Major Challenges Encountered By Students While Studying Abroad

Infographic | March 12, 2020

Studying abroad gives students a chance to grow. In the following post, you will find a few challenges that students often find in a foreign nation. Practice more before the start of your studies. Ask local people for help. To fight with such barriers, make the best use of the translator app. Build up a new "social circle" and get used to the unknown city. Get involved in new interests, adventures or any activity to be part of the mainstream.

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A student's story: How analytics can make a difference in education

Infographic | January 10, 2020

How can analytics reach James, and future students like him, and intervene to keep them in school? An analytics-driven approach can help colleges and universities build exceptional student experiences and potentially improve student retention. Learn more about IBM Analytics for Education. For more information on how we can improve education, attend the Transforming the Learning Experience Through Analytics at IBM Insight 2015. Register today—it's not too late! Once you register, do yourself a favor and check out the session preview tool.

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Need Of School Management Software

Infographic | September 7, 2021

School management software is a helpful tool for schools to handle students, teachers and complete administration with ease. It is a set of algorithms that helps schools, colleges, coaching, and other educational institutes. The school management system will help you to automate institutes operations, minimize errors and wastage of time.

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How Technology in Schools Has Changed Over Time

Infographic | February 4, 2020

Can you imagine attending a school where whiteboards weren’t used,there were no handheld calculators, and headphones weren’t available? Travel back in time about 50-60 years, and that’s exactly what you’d get. This infographic takes a look at the changes of technology in school settings from the early 1900’s to present day.

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The Posse Foundation

The Posse Foundation has identified, recruited and trained 8,480 public high school students with extraordinary academic and leadership potential to become Posse Scholars. Since 1989, these students—many of whom might have been overlooked by traditional college selection processes—have been receiving full-tuition leadership scholarships from Posse’s partner institutions of higher education. Most important, Posse Scholars graduate at a rate of 90 percent and make a visible difference on campus and throughout their professional careers.

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