EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

Protecting Students and Their Privacy

August 24, 2022

Protecting Students and Their Privacy
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic sent schools online, the growing presence of technology in classrooms has moved student safety and privacy topics to the forefront of conversations in districts across the country. Access to devices and the internet has created countless opportunities for enhancing learning, creating efficiencies for educators, and multiplying resources available to school communities — but the internet is a vast and varied place. The need for online safety is especially clear when considering the U.S. Surgeon General’s advisory highlighting the urgency of the nation’s youth mental health crisis.

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Elevate Education

Over the last 15 years Elevate’s quest has been to unlock the secret to the final years of school: Why do the top students get the top marks? Having carried out an exhaustive process of benchmarking the study habits of thousands of past students, we have identified a number of areas where the practices of the top students differ from average or lower performing students. It is our belief and experience that any student can improve their marks by tapping into, replicating and using these study skills and techniques.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO LEARNING IN THE METAVERSE

whitePaper | April 30, 2022

You’ve likely seen the word Metaverse in the media. The opportunities for this “next iteration of the internet” are exciting, especially for learning. In the Metaverse, we imagine students building skills and exploring in shared virtual spaces without the boundaries of the physical world.

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RIBA Education White Paper

whitePaper | January 9, 2023

This White Paper outlines the problems facing architecture students today and provides clear steps that should be taken to recruit and maintain a competent, skilled and diverse pipeline.

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Education Strategy 2020: Investing in People’s Knowledge and Skills to Promote Development.

whitePaper | January 8, 2020

We are living through a period of extraordinary change. The stunning rise of the middle-income countries, led by China, India, and Brazil, has intensified the desire of many nations to increase their competitiveness by building more highly skilled workforces. Technological advances are changing job profiles and skills, while offering possibilities for accelerated learning. Persistently high levels of unemployment, especially among youth, have highlighted the failure of education systems to prepare young people with the right skills for the job market, and have fueled calls for greater opportunity and accountability.

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Proven Instructional Models to Help Unique Learners Achieve

whitePaper | August 29, 2020

What are some strategies teachers use to engage students? And what teaching practices are the most effective in helping students reach their learning goals? This paper explores approaches that can help educators establish a positive framework for academic and social growth. Discover three research-based teaching practices that support teacher success and student achievement.

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CREATING VALUE FOR HIGHER EDUCATION WITH DIGITAL PROCESS AUTOMATION

whitePaper | August 8, 2022

Digital process automation (DPA) software adoption highlights the growing disconnect in higher education legacy operations.1 In an increasingly digital world, education has treated digital as an afterthought.

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Empowering Students with Equitable Access to Career Experiences

whitePaper | August 8, 2022

Aiming to help all students succeed beyond high school, a growing number of K-12 school systems are expanding opportunities for career exploration and experience as well as extending these activities into the younger grades.

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Spotlight

Elevate Education

Over the last 15 years Elevate’s quest has been to unlock the secret to the final years of school: Why do the top students get the top marks? Having carried out an exhaustive process of benchmarking the study habits of thousands of past students, we have identified a number of areas where the practices of the top students differ from average or lower performing students. It is our belief and experience that any student can improve their marks by tapping into, replicating and using these study skills and techniques.

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