The Rise of STEM in Schools

January 8, 2020

STEM education has received a lot of attention in the United States over the last couple of decades, but it turns out implementing changes to curricula take time. Instructors have to be trained and put into place, which takes several years before the first students can be trained. The first group of students to have an emphasis on STEM education starting in elementary school are just beginning to graduate from high school.

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ScholarChip - Tools For Smarter Schools

ScholarChip’s modular tools gives schools the freedom to focus on their most important tasks—like gaining valuable insight, providing teachers with more class time, letting students learn in a safe environment, and delivering peace of mind to parents. Throughout America, our large and small districts have found the freedom to achieve.

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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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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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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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Effective Blended Learning Strategies Using Digital Formats

Infographic | December 11, 2019

Blended learning offers more power to the experience of learning by reaping the benefits of structured classroom training as well as the personalized nature of digital training. In other words, this learning approach is a combination of one or more of the following digital learning formats and classroom training programs.

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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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Changing the Paradigm from Classroom to eLearning

Infographic | December 13, 2019

To solve this problem, first you need to understand why employees are not always welcoming toward eLearning. While training has been an integral part of corporate workplace, until recent years it was dominated by instructor-led classroom sessions. Any radical change, especially when it involves technology, meets resistance from employees.

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ScholarChip - Tools For Smarter Schools

ScholarChip’s modular tools gives schools the freedom to focus on their most important tasks—like gaining valuable insight, providing teachers with more class time, letting students learn in a safe environment, and delivering peace of mind to parents. Throughout America, our large and small districts have found the freedom to achieve.

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