Adaptive eLearning

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10 Strategies of Deeper Learning Skills for Education Leaders

10 Strategies Of Deeper Learning Skills For Education Leaders

In today’s world, teachers and education leaders have the thankless job of not only educating students and instilling knowledge and skills inside their young minds, but also of preparing them for all the challenges that are waiting for them out there, in the real world. It is essential, because it is no longer the world their parents used to live in, and because everything around them is undergoing constant and swift change. This means simply having students know something is not enough. They need to be able think for themselves and approach things critically, which is where deeper learning comes in.

Personalized eLearning: The Personalization Wave In Online Learning

Personalized eLearning: The Personalization Wave In Online Learning

Today, each one of us lives in a highly personalized world of our own. Marketing 2.0 makes complete use of our digital footprint and it is no surprise that what you, and only you, want is what you get in the digital space today. It is “personalization” that is filtering out the noise and homing in on your personal signal. Force feeding information is a thing of the past. No surprise, then, that eLearning has also succumbed to this trend of personalization. So, what one should look for in a personalized eLearning plan?

From Learning Nuggets And Paths To Learning Maps And Learning GPS

From Learning Nuggets And Paths To Learning Maps And Learning GPS

Creating effective eLearning is hard, especially when you do not have an eLearning background. In this article I will describe how you can improve your eLearning by creating smaller modules, tie them together in learning paths, and then a learning GPS will plan your learning route. I will add a future outlook for learning as well.

From Traditional Learning Management Systems Toward Adaptive Learning Spaces

From Traditional Learning Management Systems Toward Adaptive Learning Spaces

Learning management systems are extensively used by higher education institutions, K-12 schools, corporations for online training purposes. There is no doubt that it is an increasingly growing sub-market of eLearning. Some sources claim that it will experience a growth rate of 23% between 2017 and 2018. The question is whether their future is really promising for online and blended learning.

Personalization Of eLearning Process

Personalization Of eLearning Process

Every single learning process should be adapted to the target group. To make it happen we used to perform analysis before we start to design it. Thinking about the eLearning process we can be, however, much more accurate in delivering training intervention. We can not only analyze the needs of the target group and design the process corresponding to the findings, but we can also personalize it to meet the needs of every single learner. Let’s take a look at the personalization of eLearning process and how to do it.

The Augmented Future Of eLearning: Augmented Reality In eLearning

The Augmented Future Of eLearning: Augmented Reality In eLearning

The way in which we use technology to enhance our daily lives seems bound to a two dimensional screen. eLearners are always up to date in terms of the way in which we consume information; but what if you were able to display digital artifacts on the world around us? What if the “one size fits all” digital learning courses could be tailored to an individual?

Augmented Learning 101: QR Codes

Augmented Learning 101: QR Codes

I’ll bet that when you encounter the phrase ‘augmented learning’ you get a mental picture of a person, wearing a high tech set of goggles or a helmet, with an expression of opened-mouthed, rapt wonder on his/her face. Right? That’s augmented learning. Right?

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