eLearning Articles

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January 9, 2016

A Sneak Peek Inside The 2016 Learning And Development Community

It’s that time of year again! Learning and Development leaders are reflecting on what went well and what didn’t go so well to create a more effective plan for the coming year. With L&D adapting to continuous technology advances, leaders in the space need to have a good understanding of where the industry is going.
by Andrew Fayad
January 7, 2016

Mindfulness And eLearning: New Age Ideas In A Digital Age Of Teaching

My team was asked to design a suite of eLearning for a 30-day program teaching learners the value of mindful practice, as well as techniques and strategies to achieve and maintain mindfulness. While demand for self-care is coming, it’s only a matter of time before teaching mindfulness is an industry standard. Here are some things I learned about teaching new age ideas in a digital environment.
by Rob Sanderson
January 6, 2016

Intellipaat: Defining A Way For Professional Learning

Did you ever ponder learning things without attending physical classes? The concept of eLearning secures a goal in the present time. Several startups have revolutionized the way knowledge and skills were taught to students, professionals, and experts. Let us have a look at a new, impressive eLearning provider; Intellipaat.
by Vaishnavi Agrawal
January 4, 2016

Proposing A Blended Learning Approach For K12 Education

This article provides a description of how a fictional school system can benefit from implementing blended learning strategies and appropriate technologies in all grade levels. Additionally, specific examples, financial implications, and proposed action steps within the existing technology infrastructure and support will show the potential success integrating a blended learning environment into the current K12 public education program has on improving student achievement.
by Michael Higley
January 2, 2016

Staffing A K12 Online Course

Staffing responsibilities and hiring expectations for online learning environments vary greatly from that of traditional classroom environments. School leaders, counselors, and district level administrators are beginning to recognize the influence and power technology has on learning. Virtual learning programs have greater flexibility for meeting the needs of individual learners due to the frequent availability of web-based tools and resources. As learning institutions expand education offerings to include online learning components, administrators need to recognize the importance of providing a supporting faculty, who will be able to meet the needs of such a unique learning environment. Therefore, this article aims to address the considerations required to staff a K12 online course.
by Michael Higley