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Skills for your career growth

March 1st, 2019

We are moving away from a mind-set that potential employees should have the technical know-how and the right academic qualifications. What is it that truly differentiates one candidate from another during the application process? Whether we are talking about the stage involving the vetting of resumes or the interview stage, certain qualities are increasingly taking […]

Skill development tips

February 28th, 2019

Everyone wants to have a fulfilling career. But what do you think you need to have it? While there are many possible answers, in my opinion there are at least two things you should have. First, you should follow your heart. Following your heart means working on something that matters to you. It’s something that […]

Powerful learning strategies you should know

February 27th, 2019

Have you been ever told to study for a test? However, have you ever been taught how to study? Here are the 6 strategies you should be aware of both as a teacher and a student. Space out your studying over time Far too many students wait until the night before a test to study […]

Ranking Learning Techniques: Low Efficiency

February 25th, 2019

Let’s continue our rediscovery of efficiency of learning methods. Low Efficiency Study Methods Summarization, highlighting/underlining/marking, mnemonics, imagery use for text learning, and rereading all received low efficiency grade in the meta-study.  The reason for their low utility grade differs; the studies into the methods show mixed results, it is not generalized, has narrow applications, and/or its efficiency is limited. […]

Ranking Learning Techniques: Moderate Efficiency

February 22nd, 2019

Let’s continue our rediscovery of efficiency of learning methods. Moderate Efficiency Study Methods Elaborate interrogation, self-explanation, and interleaved practice received moderate utility assessments.  They are rated as moderate because more research needs to be done in the efficacy of the methods, the efficacy was variable across tasks and topics, and/or some in-depth training was required.  […]

Ranking Learning Techniques: High Efficiency

February 21st, 2019

School is for learning.  But ironically, one of the things that people don’t really learn to do well in school, is how to learn.  We are taught rote memorization and told to absorb it for arbitrary tests without being taught how to effectively absorb the material.  And it seems as the methods we were actually […]

Skills a successful e-Learning professional MUST HAVE

February 20th, 2019

All e-Learning projects are different. As such, the skill sets and unique talents for each e-Learning project vary greatly. While one course might require extensive knowledge of a particular Instructional Design Model, another may call for an in depth understanding of a particular e-Learning Authoring Tool. However, there is a set of specific skills that […]

10 Main Learning And Development (L&D) trends For 2018

February 19th, 2019

Every year brings new developments to the world of Learning and Development. However, there are some topics from 2017 that where very important in 2018, from personalized learning paths to game mechanics that make your online training courses more powerful and profound. Here are the top 10 L&D trends for 2018 that every e-Learning professional […]

Holistic business approach and the difference it makes

February 18th, 2019

A holistic business approach is a relatively new concept that is increasingly being accepted by the business world. To be a business that uses holistic techniques, it means that the entire organization is considered in its processes and policies, as opposed to focusing only on its specific components. By using the holistic approach to running […]

Learning Style Scales by Grasha-Reichmann

February 14th, 2019

Grasha and Sheryl Reichmann developed the Grasha-Reichmann Learning Style Scales (GRLSS) in 1974 to determine college students’ styles of classroom participation. The Grasha-Reichmann model focuses on student attitudes toward learning, classroom activities, teachers, and peers rather than studying the relationships among methods, student style, and achievement. Learning Styles Scales. Diagnostic and Suggested Preferences Competitive. Students […]