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August 18, 2016

5 Essential Skills To Learn For Free Online

We all strive to be our best. Daily we encounter people or difficult situations where our talents or skills are put to the test. Life is something you have no way of studying for. We can however, do our best to be well prepared and ready for what gets thrown our way. Today I want to equip you with 5 essential skills to learn for free online; they are 5 of the most essential skills you need to learn to be successful.
by Adam Fort
August 10, 2016

9 Ways To Use Social Networks In eLearning

In the fast changing world of technology we rarely acknowledge that eLearning is also present in the natural process of mastering new ways of communication via complex social platforms. This article explores the handy opportunities to optimize learning by using social networks in eLearning courses.
by Lily Wilson
July 17, 2016

4 Benefits Of Learning Programming At A Young Age

Computer coding is the universal language of the planet. People who know how to code will be able to communicate across countries and cultures, be innovative, and solve problems more efficiently, with no barriers to impede their success. Learning programming at a young age helps your children solve everyday problems and get set up for a lifetime of opportunities.
by John Porter
July 13, 2016

5 Ways Technology Impacts Learning Today

There is virtually no area of life that has not somehow been touched by advances in computer science. One area that has undergone a significant revolution is education. This article will discuss 5 ways in which technology impacts learning.
by Peter Murphy
June 9, 2016

3 Thoughts On Special Education: One Dad's Perspective

My experience with special education started with becoming a dad. My wife and I have four wonderful children, the second of whom, Jacob, has a type of Autism called PDD (Pervasive Developmental Disorders). Here, I offer my perspectives as a parent about what makes for great special education.
by Brian Taylor