Monday, 20 January 2014 17:06
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There are many great educators and they all have one thing in common. It is not that they are the best among the best in their own field. Instead, they are the ones who know best how to facilitate learning. Teachers may be experts in their respective niche, but if they do not possess the facility to assist students in the learning process, it does not matter how much they know or how skilled they are.
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 16:51
When you have an important change to communicate with eLearning, your first instinct may be to make that eLearning compulsory. Fight that instinct! Giving in to it can damage the effectiveness of your learning solution and turn your learners against you. This article outlines the key reasons to avoid compulsory eLearning, and some alternatives that will still help you get your message across.
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 21:16
A tough crowd, a challenging clan or a smooth instructional ride? Before answering that, we need to see adulthood’s general traits and then link them to the process of learning.
Wednesday, 03 April 2013 14:47
This post introduces the potential of using mobile games as effective tools for adult learners living in a society of constant movement, where the massive penetration of mobile technology is an undeniable fact. Examining social practices, technology circumstances of use, the profile of the new learner and changing gaming cultures the emerging potential of mobile games for learning becomes apparent and is here discussed.