The Impact Of eLearning In Medical Education

More and more opportunities to study different medical fields and earn certifications online will inspire more people to build a career in medicine. This post […]

How To Level-Up Communication When Teaching Reluctant Learners Online

If open communication with students is a struggle, don’t panic. These ideas, reminders, and tools will give you and your students a streamlined remote education […]

Coronavirus And Distance Learning

This article speaks about how eLearning has made great progress during the pandemic period and its result. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Challenges Kids Face While Learning Online

As the world's education sector moves toward a technology-based platform, traditional classes will become obsolete. Education, being an essential part of social structure, is moving […]

Distance Education Vs. Regular Education: Which Is Better For You?

This article goes deep into the debate between distance education and regular education and how the changing times are going to change distance education for […]

The Education Vending Machine And The Future Remote Learner

Students in grades K-12 during the 2020-2021 school year are being taught via remote synchronous learning. Rapid and unsettling to many, this innovation in K-12 […]

3 Ways To Improve Your Remote Teaching

Did you have to switch to emergency remote teaching recently? Were you and your students bored with the "turning on the camera, then let's start" […]

Meaningful Student Connections During Remote Learning

Just as important as it is to connect with families during remote learning, it is equally as important to develop connections with students. Students might […]

Dealing With Academic Misconduct In Distance Learning

Discover the point of view of academic integrity researchers on contract cheating along with the top 5 tips on how to manage academic misconduct during […]

Guest Post: How Augmented Reality Tackles the Challenges of Distance Learning

Over the past five months we have all had to learn how to balance our lives around the pandemic in order to maintain a certain […]

Bring SEL Practices to Your Remote Classroom

In times of uncertainty like we are experiencing now, it is important to bring social and emotional (SEL) practices to your remote classroom. Some students […]

Does Bias Exist In Online Learning? Yes, But It Doesn't Have To

It’s tempting to think of eLearning as a naturally inclusive environment, free from the bias and prejudice documented in traditional learning settings. Yet, bias exists […]

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