8 Tips for Building Role-Specific Employee Training

Employees want better training experiences today. One of the biggest expectations is customization. Younger talent is searching for opportunities to expand their skill set and […]

Special Offer! IH Introduction to Teaching CLIL course

My buddy from the Yangsan days, Katja Preston, now coordinates the courses for IH Online Teacher Training Institute. She’s kindly offering readers of this blog […]

Materials writing news and views, January 2023

It’s been a while! Thought I’d get the news and views back up and running. Where to start? Well, it can’t be with research. I […]

How is Construction Project Management Different? [101 Guide]

Construction project management is a subset of project management that is utilized in the building sector. The word “construction project management” (CPM) is frequently used […]

Passive Learning vs Active Learning [20 Best Usage]

The way we learn is evolving. Previously, kids were trained to learn by remembering facts, rote-learning information, and being taught how to think. Today, however, […]

Visual Learning vs Auditory Learning [What’s best for you?]

For decades, people have debated whether learning style is best for whatever piece of information. While some research implies that visual learners benefit more from […]

How to Motivate Your Team for Learning and Development in 2023

Learning and development are two of the biggest assets your company has at its disposal. A workforce that is willing to expand its skillset will […]

Are You Watching These Key Corporate Culture Trends for 2023?

Attitudes in the workplace are changing. Years ago, the employer’s needs always came first. Many businesses paid little attention to the employee experience. Now, workers […]

Conference: Integrated Learning and Assessment in the new National Curriculum for General Education

I had the pleasure of attending a conference on Integrated Learning and Assessment last week in Hue (Vietnam), hosted by Cambridge Assessment. Here’s a bit […]

How to Prevent Cognitive Overload in Employee Training

Continuous learning is a common thread among current employee training trends. Companies benefit from a workforce that wants to keep bettering itself. That’s a great […]

7 Psychological Principles to Use in Your Online Training Program

According to psychologist John B. Watson’s 1913 paper Psychology as the Behaviorist Views It, all behaviors come from a learning process. It is important to […]

5 Best Marketing Strategies to Promote Your Product

Creating a new product or service is a lot of work, and unfortunately, it doesn’t end there—launching and promoting it is the other half of […]

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