By now you may have noticed that when it comes to studying, some things just don’t work. Maybe you’re the type of student who can sit still and read endless articles absorbing the information, but sitting still in a lecture for an hour? You can’t help zoning out. Or maybe you’re a hands-on person only capable of really grasping a concept when you do it yourself. In this article, we’ll go over the four main learning styles and what you can do to best maximize your learning. Continue reading The 4 Different Learning Styles – And What They Mean For Students
We established in our last blog on The Digital Takeover And Its Impact On Education, that having a strong virtual presence is desperately needed to succeed in the digital realm of eLearning. But how can you command a virtual space and maintain interest from a screen?
In this article, we will go over 5 tips to improve presentation skills for distance learning so you can create an impactful presentation, not just in content but in creativity.
I remember it like it was yesterday, walking down the hall in 3rd grade, all of us in a quiet straight line, heading to the computer lab. We would file in and sit down at one of the many desktops. Over the next hour, we would practice typing and basic computer skills. As someone who still loves to put pen to paper, it was hard to understand the importance of computer skills. Especially in the 90s when computers weren’t as common as they are now. Over the past few decades, the world has undergone such an incredible digital takeover with an immeasurable impact on education. Continue reading The Digital Takeover And Its Impact On Education