Does Your Course Suffer from Learner Burnout?

The biggest challenge of success in online education isn’t selling—it’s support. Online education offers learners many benefits—from increased accessibility, flexibility of schedule, and a wider […]

#GuildChat for 6/7/19: Mentoring and Apprenticeships

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 7th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Mentoring and Apprenticeships. […]

4 Benefits of a Mentorship Program

Mentoring and feedback are a win-win for both organizations as well as consultants and employees alike. Mentorship programs can set you up for success, organically illuminate […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 8/20/18

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: what the data says about common myths about millenials a look at audio-based augmented reality how […]

8 Ways You Can Develop And Prosper In Your Chosen Profession

Even when you are perfectly comfortable and satisfied with your job, there are things you can do to climb the ladder of professional development. Taking […]

New Speaker Mentoring: Why You Should Be Doing It! – Myra Roldan

This guest post comes to us from Myra Roldan, an Instructional Designer at Amazon. She’s also an upcoming speaker at our 2018 Realities360 Conference, where she’ll be speaking about […]

Mentoring Can Be Difficult – Here’s How to Make It Work

If you were mentored before, consider what you liked about the relationship. What worked? What didn't? What would you like to have changed about your […]

Columbus Student Spotlight: Brent Milan

Brent a student at We Can Code IT, Columbus, shares with me what he brings to the tech table and what he offers to employers. […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: PBS Mentors Future Journalists

Students at three Los Angeles area high schools this coming school year will be tackling questions about media literacy, work retraining and youth movements as […]

It’s the Relationships, Stupid: Connected Camps Mid-Summer Report

Two years ago, Connected Camps and Institute of Play launched Minecraft Summer of Learning, piloting a new model for in-game virtual summer camps. We’ve served […]

The Future of Youth Mentoring

The number of Americans willing to serve as volunteer mentors has remained remarkably stable over the past decade — between 2 million and 2.5 million, […]

Building Community With Peer Mentors

“The more I give my teacher-power to students and encourage them to take more responsibility for their own learning, the more they show me how […]

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