Why Meaningful Feedback Is So Important For Online Learning

Meaningful feedback is a very important part of any learning environment, allowing learners to monitor and track their performance, while making sure they’re on the right path towards their goals. Feedback is also a valuable tool for educators, with discussions with learners helping content creators to assess the effectiveness of their materials and improve processes.

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Are There Differences In The Quality Of Online Teaching?

That seems to be a question with an obvious answer. Of course there are differences in quality, you will say. And probably everyone will agree. But especially when it comes to the quality of online teaching, we face a problem: Α highly competitive market.

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7 Dirty Myths About eLearning Students Still Believe

Online education is in trend today. The paradox is, many students still consider it something of little mark. To solve the problem, we can dispel the most common myths about eLearning that students believe and make it available to the wider audience in our digital era.

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Overcoming 3 Cultural Barriers To eLearning

Cultural barriers to eLearning are more significant than technology ones. Luckily, I have been able to get Dr. Michael Baron –one of the leading eLearning specialists– to help with our eLearning delivery projects and discuss how to overcome those.

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5 Skills That Online Teachers Are Constantly Developing

Online teachers are often too busy juggling a heavy workload to notice an important fact - we may be teachers, but we're students, too! Online teaching improves your existing skills and helps you develop new ones (whether you realize it or not). Here are 5 skills you’ll probably refine today.

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Modern Learning: 6 Reasons Why Learning Has Changed Forever

We are learning in different ways than previous generations. Instead of relying on face-to-face training and books for information, we are turning to new information sources and mediums. Let's look at some facts and stats you need to know about modern learning environments.

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