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Flipping your EFL Classroom? Go ahead!

Flipping an EFL classroom makes a lot of sense since it allows the teacher to focus on helping student develop their communication skills. Learners have more time to engage in actual, meaningful interaction in the target language in class, where the teacher is available to offer timely feedback and assistance. Teachers can reach more students in a way that caters to their learning pace and style. Best of all… it’s not really that hard to do.

Top 10 Free BaseCamp Alternatives

Top 10 Free BaseCamp Alternatives

In this article, I'll highlight the top 10 free BaseCamp alternatives, and walk you through how to use each free project management tool to take full advantage of its features. These free project management tools can help you to stay on track by creating a virtual base of operations. Keep in mind that while all these tools are free, most of them offer advanced features for a fee (monthly or annually).

Gamification Of Compliance Training Through A Serious Game Concept

Gamification Of Compliance Training Through A Serious Game Concept

As a Learning Strategist, I have been involved in the creation of several compliance training courses in the last 12 years. In all these years, we have built compliance training courses for some of the leading global organizations in Financial services, Insurance, Healthcare and several others in varied manufacturing sectors.

Almost always, the brief from the Compliance team is to lay the content "as is”, have forced navigation and get it done quickly with hardly any room for creative strategies. I always felt that the mandate was focused on meeting the “certificate of completion” rather than ensuring a “sticky learning”. However, now I do have a case study of a Compliance team that gave us the mandate to create an immersive learning experience using Gamification.

How Gamification Can Help Overcome Remote Employment Issues

How Gamification Can Help Overcome Remote Employment Issues

The Washington Post recently reported that employees at the US Patent and Trademark Office took advantage of the organization’s award winning program telecommuting program. They had lied about the hours they worked.

Despite this, telecommuting is here to stay – the benefits are too great. Employees work remotely everywhere: from telecommuting to save on office costs, through telecommuting to support a family-friendly employment environment, to remote workers in a “flat” world. In any case, although remote working will increase as the world becomes “flatter” – dealing with the effects of remote work are sometimes a steep organizational challenge.

Experts agree that remote work brings on distinct organizational challenges: communication, trust, and corporate culture and knowledge issues.

Gamification In Learning Featuring Gains Through A Serious Game Concept

Gamification In Learning: Featuring Gains Through A Serious Game Concept

Wikipedia defines Gamification as "the use of game thinking and game mechanics in non-game contexts to engage users in solving problems”. While Gamification has been applied in several domains, our focus has been on its application in learning. Research certainly confirms the advantages of learning through Gamification. Let me share a case study that compares the gains in learning achieved through serious game concept vs a traditional eLearning approach.

6 Tips To Use Google Hangouts For Synchronous Learning

6 Tips To Use Google Hangouts For Synchronous Learning

There are a variety of advantages associated with synchronous learning, such as increased collaboration and immediate feedback for learners, just to mention a few. To get all of the benefits you have to know which eLearning tools will help you enhance your synchronous learning strategy. In this article, I will share 6 Google Hangouts Tips for synchronous learning that will help you utilize all of the features that Google Hangouts has to offer you.

Mad At Moodle? 5 Tips for Moodle Novices

Mad At Moodle? 5 Tips for Moodle Novices

So, your school, college, company decided they need eLearning on Moodle, and you were put in charge. How difficult can that be? Or, maybe you found yourself in a job role where working with Moodle is your first introduction to eLearning, and you are struggling with the user-unfriendliness of this popular LMS? If you find yourself creating courses in Moodle, here are the key five pointers to keep in mind.