Opposition to Summit Learning in Cheshire, CT Forms Personalized Learning Task Force

Last December, a small group of parents in Cheshire, CT organized to oppose a new learning platform and pedagogy being used at their schools. That […] The post Opposition to Summit Learning in Cheshire, CT Forms Personalized Learning Task Force appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Opposition to Summit Learning in Cheshire, CT Forms Personalized Learning Task Force

NUADU Is Helping Educators Personalize Assessment With a Powerful AI Solution

When people think about tech hubs in Europe, they often think about London or Berlin. In fact, there are active tech hubs across Europe and […] The post NUADU Is Helping Educators Personalize Assessment With a Powerful AI Solution appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading NUADU Is Helping Educators Personalize Assessment With a Powerful AI Solution

Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds

University faculties and and departments tend to gain the reputation of the ivory tower, where members have wandered too far into their research and, in […] The post Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Professors Are Overworked and Poorly Paid by a Troubled System of Higher Education, Top Hat Survey Finds

Blended Learning Is Proving More Effective Than Traditional Education

Online learning remains unpopular amongst professors and even with the general public. While many work actively to promote the notion that an online setting can […] The post Blended Learning Is Proving More Effective Than Traditional Education appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Blended Learning Is Proving More Effective Than Traditional Education

‘Creators, Not Consumers’: How a Washington Middle School Class Scanned a Virtual Museum

In partnership with the nearby For Vancouver National Historic Site, he and computer science teacher Cindy Hagin have led students through numerous VR-based projects. The […] The post ‘Creators, Not Consumers’: How a Washington Middle School Class Scanned a Virtual Museum appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading ‘Creators, Not Consumers’: How a Washington Middle School Class Scanned a Virtual Museum

First Day of the 2018 ICELW Conference at Columbia University

The International Conference on E-Learning in the Workplace (ICELW) opened this afternoon at Columbia University. Dr. David Guralnick, a faculty member at Columbia and the […] The post First Day of the 2018 ICELW Conference at Columbia University appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading First Day of the 2018 ICELW Conference at Columbia University

I Am Learning to Code: Week 2, Can You Learn on Codeacademy from Zero Previous Experience?

I generally enjoy Codeacademy’s pedagogy. It doesn’t quite follow a flipped learning model, but it often comes very close. By the end of the first […] The post I Am Learning to Code: Week 2, Can You Learn on Codeacademy from Zero Previous Experience? appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading I Am Learning to Code: Week 2, Can You Learn on Codeacademy from Zero Previous Experience?

Don’t Let Bad Journalism Get in the Way of a Good Online Education

With his headline, Lior Frenkel asserts that “Online education courses don’t work, but education can still be disrupted.” That first claim is pretty broad. But […] The post Don’t Let Bad Journalism Get in the Way of a Good Online Education appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Don’t Let Bad Journalism Get in the Way of a Good Online Education