Multimodal Meaning: Connecting Multiple Intelligences To Learning Games

This article looks at how games can be effective educational tools for children, teenagers, or even adults. Games have been increasingly seen as useful for teaching both skills and concepts in multimodal ways. How game-based learning connects to Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences is explored.

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How To Understand The Journey Of Digital K-12 Products In India

Although we tend to think of digital technology in education as a modern concept, it has been around for a long time, albeit in a different manner than its modern versions. Thus, present-day digital initiatives we suppose after a plethora of changes must be perfect.

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To Survive And Prosper: The Complete Capability Set Imperative

The competition is brutal. Customers have more choice than ever before. Big brands are buckling and some are caving. Therefore, more so than ever before, we need each and every employee to make their contribution count fully. This is evident in all sectors, and the education sector is no exception.

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Challenges In Choosing An Appropriate LMS For Schools In Developing Nations

A number of challenges face schools in developing nations as they migrate to digital platforms. This article discusses these various challenges, the top-recommended LMSs, the pros and cons of open source vs. commercial LMSs and what factors schools need to consider when buying LMS software.

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Using Applied Cognitive Science To Face Disinformation

We wanted to investigate in thorough detail the influencing process and the harmful impact of mis- and disinformation on teaching and learning. Therefore we started with developing a full-blown Disinformation Framework for Education and Training Contexts, supported by loads of case studies, thoughtfully curated eLearning resources and new tools.

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The Education Vending Machine And The Future Remote Learner

Students in grades K-12 during the 2020-2021 school year are being taught via remote synchronous learning. Rapid and unsettling to many, this innovation in K-12 education will bring with it a future workforce of remote learning natives. Here's how L&D professionals can work with K-12 educators.

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Evolution of Education: How Interactive Technologies Reshaped Learning

Since the beginning of the pandemic, education is moving online, and students are starting to feel the lack of communication with teachers and peers. Interactive learning technologies have the power to immerse students in the familiar classroom atmosphere without leaving their homes.

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