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A Better Alternative To Grading Student Writing

This is a quick post that just occurred to me while writing about–well, writing about writing. I was brainstorming ways to use technology to help […]

The Importance Of Intrinsic Motivation for Students

What motivates students? And further, what motivates them to be engaged at school to master the objective you’ve chosen for them? The answers here vary […]

4 Learning Management System Design Tips For Better eLearning

What makes a good Learning Management System? Creating a custom system can be a daunting task, and without the right planning, a simple project can […]

Developing deep focus: resources, exercises and strategies to master this skill

We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Multiple tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time. Experts know how to focus […]

Taking Diversity Initiatives to the Next Level?

Taking Diversity Initiatives to the Next Level? Year on year diversity professionals work relentlessly spending many hours and dollars but not always do they achieve […]

Happy Diwali – 2017

Happy Diwali to the entire learning and HR community The post Happy Diwali – 2017 appeared first on Skills Cafe.

Five Most Dreaded TNA Landmines and How to Dodge Them

We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Multiple tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time. Experts know how to focus […]

Are we guilty of harbouring cognitive biases?

We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Multiple tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time. Experts know how to focus […]

Taking Diversity Initiatives to the Next Level

We live in an increasingly fragmented world. Multiple tasks, priorities and relationships vie for our attention at the same time. Experts know how to focus […]

Micro-workshops: The time has come

Micro-workshops are not the classroom equivalent of micro-learning. They are not short (5 to 10 minutes) learning bytes that are mostly consumed online. A micro-workshop […]

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