Design engaging learning spaces

December 28, 2018

Well-designed learning spaces aren’t just good for ambiance. Studies prove that creative classrooms have a significant impact on student learning. The purposeful use of color alone can decrease students’ eye fatigue and increase their productivity. In fact, certain colors can induce specific moods. For example, blue walls can inspire positive feelings of comfort and security. Blue hues also can potentially increase students’ retention and creativity.

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Glendale Community College

Glendale Community College welcomes students of all diverse backgrounds, goals, ages, abilities, and learning styles. As an institution of higher education, we are committed to student learning and success. Using personal interaction, dynamic and rigorous instruction, and innovative technologies, we foster the development of critical thinking and lifelong learning. We provide students with the opportunity and support to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to meet their educational, career, and personal goals. Our commitment is to prepare students for their many evolving roles in and responsibilities to our community, our state, and our society.

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The Best Learning Management Systems Based On User Experience

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This Top 20 LMS list has been created using a holistic approach and is based on input from actual LMS users. The order of appearance depends on System Usability Score, Perceived Usefulness & Net Promoter Score. You can also find User-Friendly LMS Resources that will help you choose the right software.

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eLearning Localization: What, Why, And How?

Infographic | January 28, 2020

eLearning localization involves the adaptation of online courses according to the specific culture of learners. What Is Localization? eLearning localization involves the customization of learning content in order to suit the ethnic, geographic, and cultural sensibilities of learners. Localization fosters an inclusive learning culture. When an eLearning course is customized to the background of the learners, they will find it more valuable than an eLearning course pushed out to the masses and devoid of language and cultural considerations.

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E-Learning Market

Infographic | April 14, 2021

E-Learning Market size surpassed USD 250 billion in 2020 and is anticipated to grow at an exponential CAGR of over 21% between 2021 and 2027. The advent of several new technologies, such as AI, VR, and cloud based LMS, will drive the market growth. The emergence of an AI-enabled e-learning solution will help in the development of smart content, digitized study guides, and real-time questioning.

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20 Best Tips For School Management Software

Infographic | March 26, 2020

Choose school management software that will be always online 24/7 for all users. Check for SAAS applications. Choose school management software that allows unlimited user licenses. This will help all the teachers, parents, and students use the software. Train your teachers efficiently and patiently to get the maximum benefit out of the software. Without the teachers, the software will stay idle.

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9 Ways To Assess Student Learning Online

Infographic | May 30, 2021

There are a number of practices you can use to evaluate students mindfully. The best method will vary based on learning needs and objectives. For example, an online quiz will be your perfect match if your goal is to measure knowledge gains quickly. But if you want to test your students’ interview skills, you’re better off using a dialogue simulation.

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3 Ways to Promote Equity in the Classroom

Infographic | March 17, 2020

Flexibility is the key to providing an equitable learning environment—one in which every student feels comfortable, valued and fully included in all aspects of learning. Discover how you can make this happen at your school or district today.

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Glendale Community College

Glendale Community College welcomes students of all diverse backgrounds, goals, ages, abilities, and learning styles. As an institution of higher education, we are committed to student learning and success. Using personal interaction, dynamic and rigorous instruction, and innovative technologies, we foster the development of critical thinking and lifelong learning. We provide students with the opportunity and support to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to meet their educational, career, and personal goals. Our commitment is to prepare students for their many evolving roles in and responsibilities to our community, our state, and our society.

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