Let the Games Begin!

In the spirit of the Winter Olympics, “Let the Games Begin!” I have already christened 2018 as “The Year of Discovery” and I have written […]

3 Affective Variables in Second Language Acquisition

Affective factors definitely play a role in second language acquisition, research has confirmed that a variety of affective variables relate to success in second language acquisition. […]

2018 The Year of Discovery

Okay, I know I’m late, but I’m Declaring 2018 “The Year of Discovery”! In my defense, I’ve been traveling – a lot. My Swarm app […]

5 Tips to Re-Energize a Lifelong Learning Mindset

Click here to jump to the Learning Rebels BIG AUDACIOUS giveaway For many, the New Year often brings into focus the possibilities of a brighter […]

9 issues about homework and teacher thoughts on each (#LeadLAP)

Homework is such a difficult topic to discuss. Everyone seems to have an opinion on it. Sometimes, we think we disagree on something and it […]

How Corporate Identity Influences Employee Motivation

Building a strong corporate identity is one of the key ingredients for success. It operates both on the internal and the external level, meaning that […]

Learning Strategy: Are You Struggling to Get Leadership Support?

Do you feel like it is impossible to get leadership’s support or attention for learning? Do they talk about how much they support it but […]

5 Quick Tips to Stay Motivated During Exams | Explore Success Mantras

    Preparing for an exam is always a stress full time for the aspirants. Exam increases rational exhaustion and nervousness in candidates. However, that […]

Student Isolation: When Your Students Are Scattered Across the Globe

Our students face a similar struggle for motivation due to being isolated from their classmates and us. They join our program because of its flexibility. […]

Faculty Isolation: I Love the Flexibility, but I’m Losing My Motivation!

Chances are, like me, you sought employment as a faculty member in the Indiana Wesleyan University adult program for flexibility. You wanted a teaching role […]

Reflections on “Keeping Joy in the Classroom” [Koplik]

Keeping Joy in the Classroom — from teachervision.com by Lisa Koplik How do we keep joy in our classrooms — for both students and teachers? […]

Comment nos émotions affectent-elles notre compréhension?

Dans les derniers articles nous avions montré que l’apprentissage était essentiellement de l’expérience. La compréhension liée à l’apprentissage n’est pas le fruit de la réflexion intellectuelle mais elle est issue […]