Sharing Some Higher Ed Scholarship Opportunities

While this is certainly not my typical fare for the sight, soeone sent a list of solid scholarships they wanted to promote and I don't […]

Numbers Don’t Lie: Why Microlearning is Better for Your Learners (and You too)

Image source While we all have different learning styles, most people get easily bored and disengaged when dealing with long, traditional training or courses.  And […]

Guide for Setting Up Virtual Guest Speakers in the Classroom

One of the most interesting aspects of edtech is not necessarily the technology itself. Rather, it’s the way schools and teachers are utilizing it to […]

How a Struggling Undergrad Became a Focused University Educator and Trained Her Brain to Do Her Work Well

“If you can't focus, use FocusMe.” This is what Elena Luchina, Lecturer at University of Michigan, was advised when she presented her course syllabus to […]

The Need for Critical Thinking: Disinformation in Modern Society and How to Deal With It

The Complex Problem of Disinformation in Modern Society It’s official – more than 90% of Americans now rely mainly on online sources to get their […]

Will Blended Learning be the “New Normal” for Higher Education After COVID-19?

The past year of navigating the pandemic has accelerated many educational trends that had already been gaining speed. One of the most important to the […]

Negative Effects of Continued Hybrid Learning on Younger Children

Image Source While many hope to see a return to more face-to-face learning this coming fall, this piece reminds us how much of a negative […]

7 Lesser Known Zoom Features to Improve Remote Learning

Image Source Due to COVID-19, learning has taken a new shape and form for both teachers and students. Today, classes no longer occur within the […]

Comersive Learning — The Fastest Way to a Confident and Competent Skilled Trades Workforce

Shining a Spotlight on Skilled Trades Training According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2020, 59% of the available U.S. workforce was 19-39 […]

Best Ways to Protect Intellectual Property in Academia

Intellectual property, as defined by the European Parliament Factsheet on Intellectual, industrial and commercial property, “encompasses […] inventions (patents), trademarks, industrial designs... [Please click on […]

4 Practical Ways to Learn a Language through TV and Movies

Image Source When I first read this suggested topic title I groaned, thinking of those teachers who too easily resort to showing a TV program […]

Mass Online Schooling Seems to Have Eased Bullying. Here’s why.

Image source School bullies have been the scourge of classrooms since the beginning of organized education. It's such a pervasive issue that the US federal […]

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