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HE Challenges: How some colleges are filling the revenue gap

In the third blog in our series on higher education challenges (rising costs, declining completion rates), exploring how innovative colleges and universities are addressing them, […]

Top 5 LMS benefits for HE students

Learning Management Systems were probably created for institutions of Higher Education. Colleges and universities were among the first to reach a number of students so […]

HE Challenges: Combating declining completion rates

Last time we started to explore the top four challenges facing higher education in the US. Preferring to offer up innovative case studies from across […]

HE challenges: finding innovative solutions to the rising costs of attending university

It is in a way appropriate that the higher education space mirrors and also reveals the broader challenges faced by the society of the day. […]

Top 5 LMS benefits for K-12 Students

Another year has flown by and stores everywhere are yet again full of school supplies, one more useful (or eccentric) than others. The back-to-school season […]

3D printing in schools: Is it worth it?

3D printing is one of those strange education trends that garners much hype, but which to my mind has yet to unveil any true educational […]

Back-to-school survival: How to get your family on a healthy routine

Back-to-school time is often a hectic time for families; kids and parents alike are trying to get used to a very different routine than the […]

3 Alternative roles of teachers in networked learning environments

Last time we began exploring the role of educators within networked learning environments, broadly using a theory by George Siemens called “Connectivism” as our base. […]

Are K-12 teachers struggling to keep up with edtech?

Technology is changing the landscape of industries everywhere. From retail and agriculture to design and healthcare, societies are adapting fast to the changing times. K-12 […]

What is the role of the teacher in the online classroom? Connectivism might provide an answer

Enabling interaction, collaboration and social learning online is perhaps the most difficult, and yet most important, part of teaching online. “Beyond learner satisfaction, however, is […]

Rhythm, blues, and reading cues: How music improves young students’ reading skills

Children typically become proficient readers sometime between their fifth and seventh birthdays. By the time a child is in second grade, they often become self-conscious […]

Makerspaces go digital: 6 options for the blended classroom

Makerspaces are a wonderfully interactive, highly creative and increasingly valued part of classrooms in the technology age. There is literally a wealth of inspiration, guidance […]

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