Collaborative learning in 3 questions

Our interactions with our peers are often prolific opportunities to learn, and this is even more valid when they are done in a collaborative mode. […]

Mini Glossary of the Flexibility of eLearning

Flexibility is one of the greatest assets of eLearning. It allows the learners to choose the place and, in asynchronous mode, the time that suits […]

Online training in empathic mode

In the wake of the current health crisis, a majority of educational institutions were forced to turn to online options to continue teaching their courses. […]

Mini Glossary of the Social Dimension of Learning

On any learning path, part of the journey is done alone. However, the presence of others will be an unavoidable factor, whether it is to […]

7 strategies for in-depth learning

We owe the notions of surface and in-depth learning to Ference Marton and Roger Säljö, two Swedish researchers from the field of psychology. They were […]

Making Good Use of the Eisenhower Matrix

“What is important is rarely urgent, and what is urgent is rarely important.” These are the words of the 34th President of the United States, […]

3 cognitive biases to know in education

In a previous article, we discussed the Pygmalion effect, a cognitive bias that can interfere with the teacher-learner relationship and have significant effects on learning. […]

Where Does Our Conception of Learning Come From?

The way we perceive the learning process influences the way we approach learning tasks and thus the quality of our learning outcomes. As we saw […]

The Learning Process: 6 Conceptions

Learning probably means different things to you than it does to your neighbour. Researchers who have explored the issue have found that there are six […]

Cognitive Bias in Education: the Pygmalion Effect

Many of the judgments we make daily, although they may seem sensible to us, are, in fact, far from rational and can lead us to […]

Mini glossary of technology in learning

Learning is increasingly taking place in a technology-driven mode, whether or not it is combined with traditional classroom settings. Since this trend will become more […]

Cognitive Bias: When Our Brain Plays Tricks On Us

We are all quite familiar with the phenomenon of optical illusions, but less so with the phenomenon of cognitive biases. However, these perceptual distortions that […]

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