eLearning Prototype: Elements and Benefits/What and Why

February 2, 2019

A prototype in eLearning is an integral part of course development. In simple words, an eLearning prototype is a mini version of how your complete functional eLearning course will look like. A look at the prototype should be able to give stakeholders an idea of: The instructional design strategy. The presentation of learning objectives, Attention grabbers used in the course, Assessments that are mapped to the learning objectives.

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The TOEFL® test

The TOEFL® test, created by ETS, is an English language assessment that is often required for admission by English-speaking universities and programs around the world and is accepted by more than 9,000 institutions in over 130 countries including Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the U.S.

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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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Why Should Your School Have An App?

Infographic | March 3, 2020

Your own app helps you manage multiple classes instead of relying on chat platforms that make communication clutter. Parents and teachers can communicate better by sharing posts, comments, and likes. Your own app will create a lot of structure in communication. It becomes easy to send individual class timetables to specific class groups for parents to view online. No more printing and wasting paper. Your app gives you control over collecting payments safely. You will also be able to send reminders on payment dues and confirm receipt from parents.

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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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10 Ideas to Prepare Engaging Online Learning

Infographic | August 19, 2020

Ask all of your students to set up an optimal workspace for photo/video assignments and online lessons. Pique your students' interest in a new project by making their task available before the online lesson so they'll have independent think time.

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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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3 Practical Approaches For eLearning Evaluation

Infographic | March 9, 2020

Evaluating training effectiveness is important because it sheds light on the following aspects. Based on a publication in eLearning Guild, there are 3 approaches to consider. Data needs to be captured from participants at 4 different points during the learning process .For organizations that do not want to invest in extensive analytics, the Learning Management System (LMS) is a tool that can be leveraged to provide simple analytics in the form of reports based on the learners' progress in training programs.

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Spotlight

The TOEFL® test

The TOEFL® test, created by ETS, is an English language assessment that is often required for admission by English-speaking universities and programs around the world and is accepted by more than 9,000 institutions in over 130 countries including Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the U.S.

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