A new report from Silicon Schools: “All that we’ve learned: 5 years working on personalized learning”

        “Personalized learning seeks to accelerate student learning by tailoring the instructional environment — what, when, how, and where students learn — […]

Global Human Capital Report 2017 [World Economic Forum]

Global Human Capital Report 2017 — from the World Economic Forum Excerpt from the Conclusion section (emphasis DSC): Technological change and its impact on labour […]

Guides and Fluid Boxes: Best Buddies!

Intro If you do follow me since a while, you are aware of the fact that I am a big fan of the Rulers and […]

Best question I’ve heard in a while: “K-12 & higher education are considered separate systems. What if they converged?” [Young]

K-12 and higher education are considered separate systems. What if they converged? — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpt: Education in America is a tale […]

13+ Amazing (and Totally Free) Learning and Development Resources

Last week, our A+ students completed the first week of our Back to School Challenge. It’s been amazing to see the homework flood in from […]

Why you need to know the science behind accessible colour design

Whether designing websites or learning experiences, one of the issues a developer needs to consider is accessibility. This means being able to design content that […]

Feedback Can Make or Break The Process

Why feedback is important and how to make the most of it When done right feedback helps improve products, propels processes forward and helps spread, as […]

How Typography Affects Web Design

Understanding typography can help create an appealing website Every day you are perceiving a huge amount of different information. Moreover, the are so many ways, […]

Review: In Progress

Look at me, tearing through my L&D "To Read" book pile! Title: In ProgressAuthor: Jessica Hische What's it about? Jessica Hische may not be a name you're […]

3 Tips To Meet Modern Learners Digital Expectations

Did you know that people unlock their phones up to 9 times every hour? If you find this hard to believe, then think about how […]

Manage Cognitive Load in Digital Learning

It’s widely accepted that our memory system consists of three components – a sensory memory that receives information from our surroundings, a working memory to […]

Making Information Security eLearning Fun/Engaging

Hi all. I’m designinig my first eLearning course outside of work, where I’m a developer, and it’s on Information Security/Cyber Awareness for employees. I’ve never […]