How To Design Visual Aids For Teaching Purposes

January 31, 2020

Simple design tips for stunning visual aids in the classroom. Familiarize Yourself With The Visual Tools Be aware of all the kinds of visual aids you can use in class and find out which one fits your purpose and budget. Know Your Learning Objective And Budget Understand the students' learning behavior and abilities, know your learning objective, and determine the appropriate kind of aid.

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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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The Power Of Visuals In Online Learning

Infographic | April 7, 2020

The human brain processes visuals 60,000 times faster than text. In fact, it takes only 13 milliseconds for the brain to process an image. Visuals are more likely to be stored in our long-term memory, leading to better retention. According to a study, after 3 days, people retain.

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Infographic | April 1, 2021

eLearning has evolved as a powerful tool for imparting information and skills to employees in various training and corporate companies. For learners and students, it is a convenient, consistent, and flexible way to learn.

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Working With eLearning Vendors: The Why, How, And What

Infographic | December 19, 2019

They help you focus on your core business. Stick to your core competencies. Investing in an in-house eLearning development team is an additional expense that can be avoided when you decide to outsource eLearning development. They have expertise in eLearning development. Having spent years perfecting the various mechanisms involved in designing and developing eLearning courses, eLearning vendors have the required expertise.

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The science and tech behind next-gen education

Infographic | February 12, 2020

What if we could use all the technology we have in the private sector to give students a chance to prepare for what they will be doing in the real world? It turns out that wherever there is funding to do so, teachers are already implementing technology as fast as they can. Teachers understand the value of technology in the classroom as a means to provide students with educational opportunities that align with jobs they might find upon graduation, but there’s another reason teachers love tech in classrooms: personalization of education.

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Top Learning Management System (LMS) Statistics For 2020 You Need To Know

Infographic | January 21, 2020

The reasons behind this growth are simple, not only are HR managers and training managers looking for a way to educate their employees in a flexible and low-cost way, but educators are seeing the benefits of introducing a Learning Management System to their students. The Global Growth Of The Mobile Learning Market Is Expected To Be Worth $37 Billion By 2020.

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