Start With Web 2.0 To Bridge The Digital Gap In Your Classes

We language teachers usually find it difficult to apply digital touches to our classes. In this article, we are suggesting language teachers start with Web 2.0 to win their learners' company and collaboration, and then gradually move onto Web 1.0 applications to blend their lessons.

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The Impact Of COVID-19 On Education

With more than 1.2 billion children in 186 countries affected by school closures due to the COVID-19 [1], the whole education system has been forced to evolve toward new formats of offering models. Prior to the pandemic, the online, more considered as a “nice to have” tool is now becoming a necessity.

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3 Vital Points To Keep In Mind When Using Animation In Education

Animation is a great educational aid, but only when appropriately used. Yes, there are unspoken rules when it comes to applying animation to education for the best outcome. Hereunder are the 3 most important things to consider.

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Education For Robotics

The article presents an Italian educational program for teaching robotics in the new industrial world. This develops abilities to communicate, cooperate, and collaborate in group tasks integrating subject areas. Activities give students creative control over learning, enabling positive engagement.

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How The Shift To Remote Learning Affects Students Used To Face-To-Face Learning

When a crisis forced the educational institutions to make a shift to remote learning, a majority of schools and teachers found themselves unprepared to adapt to the sudden and unplanned transformation in the educational sphere.

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Why Is Three-Dimensional Learning A Future Trend In Education?

The current learning trend no longer relies on trivia or memorization. There has been a major shift in the way a concept is being taught and learned by students. This education trend changed when different types of K-12 content providers and K-12 curriculum development companies started their research and found a great way to create eLearning content with a major focus on visualization and knowledge retention.

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