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    Gamification seems to be the new eLearning buzzword. The term pops up everywhere in blogs and articles where writers go on about the benefits of this “methodology” and some even claiming that it is one of five eLearning trends that has stood the test of time. Yet, many people don’t know what gamification is as ...
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    The delivery of education has advanced over time as different technologies became available, and people’s lifestyles started to change. With the advent of computers and the internet, classes were no longer confined to a building, and distance learning became possible. With the advancement of technology, students received their learning materials via their computers and laptops, ...
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    Visuals can be used in most disciplines to complement learning. Short film and television clips, videos, high-resolution images, illustrations, and photographs all contribute to a student’s understanding of a subject. Visuals are the most powerful aspect of eLearning. Most learners get bored or feel intimidated when they are faced with pages of text, while visuals ...
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    Adaptive learning is transforming education. It is changing the way learning content is delivered and contributing to better learning outcomes. What is adaptive learning exactly? Adaptive learning uses technology to deliver personalized learning by adjusting the path and pace of learning for each student, optimizing their chances of success. Adaptive learning leverages artificial intelligence to ...
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    Student placement can determine a child’s likelihood of academic success or failure. That’s why so many parents focus on getting their children into the “right” school.  Good schools make a considerable difference in academic outcomes. Families from low-income areas often find themselves in an educational trap. Their neighborhood schools are terrible. Their children deserve an ...
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    Got a problem in the classroom with instruction, learning, or behavior? Today’s quick answer is to solve it with an algorithm.  However, not everyone feels comfortable enough with algorithms to sketch out a few quick equations, predict runtime, check for accuracy, and then break everything down in manageable bites.  The average person doesn’t have the ...
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