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Seesaw and Shadow Puppet

When working with students it is clear to see how engaged they get when they create new things and have the opportunity to share it... […]

Book creator app inspiring learning and learners.

I have used book creator for a number of years and it has always been a great tool both for me as a teacher and... […]

Interview with Clive Shepherd

Only a few days ago, you launched the “More Than Blended Learning”, a whole new way of designing learning interventions. How would you describe this […]

3 Ways to Increase Training Adoption for Customer Success

For training managers who help SaaS customers with initial onboarding and ongoing customer success, it's often a challenge to provide training that's both scalable and […]

Digital leaders of learning.

This week we finished our leaders of learning course. The course, funded through the South Wales PLPS (physical literacy) team, was designed in collaboration with... […]

10 Reasons Every Teacher Should Blog

Whether you’re new to teaching or have years of experience, every teacher should be blogging. In all likelihood, if you’re looking at this blog, you’ve […]

Why & How to Include “Performance Notes” for Virtual Classroom Courses

This post was originally written by Roger Courville on The Virtual Presenter blog. Many thanks for sharing. Why and how every instructional designer should include […]

The DNA of an Education Entrepreneur

There’s something in the DNA of an education entrepreneur that drives them to teach for profit, and there’s no greater classroom than the internet. In […]

Five ways to help students find the Sweet Read

Today is Read across America day. This morning I watched my son Oren (11) read right after he got up. He is rereading for the […]

What #TheDress Taught Us About Sales

Did you see black and blue or white and gold? Thursday night, social media networks were overwhelmed with the color of #TheDress. Some people saw a […]

Business Schools Bet On Technology To Gain Digital Edge

by Seb Murray, Business Because As they scramble to understand emerging digital threats, business schools are adopting learning technology at a rapid pace. Innovation in […]

Social Interaction in Self-paced Distance Education

by Terry Anderson, Lorne Upton, Jon Dron & Judi Malone, Praxis In this paper we present a case study of a self-paced university course that […]