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6 attributes of quality education
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6 attributes of quality education

Since its inception, thousands of years ago, mankind has come a long way. Evolution through these infinite numbers of years has been remarkable. One thing that has been proven throughout history is that education and learning are two of the most important requirements for the growth and prosperity of any civilisation. Educational activities are required…

Online learning methods at traditional classroom
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Online learning methods in a traditional classroom

,     Online learning is an approach to learn without physically attending a classroom session. Students can simply use a computing device to attend a live classroom session or access a pre-recorded lecture through the internet, via online learning tools. To enable this, educational institutes or teachers utilize an eLearning software that contains advanced…

3 Top Online Dictionaries For K12 Pupils
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3 Top Online Dictionaries For K12 Pupils

Dictionaries have undergone a significant modification and growth with the emerge of the technologies and the new media utilisation. How were they used in the past and how do we use them today with k-12 pupils? Read further and let us know your comments. Searching For The Right Online Dictionaries For K12 Pupils If you…

How cloud technology brings further advances to e-learning?
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How cloud technology brings further advances to e-learning?

Current advances in cloud technology have brought massive change and revolution to all areas of business, causing some to confidently state that the fourth industrial revolution is now upon us. The impact of these developments on the world of e-learning is game-changing. Prerequisites for e-learning To fully appreciate all the benefits that cloud technology brings, it is…

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Left vs right brain functions

Neuroscientists and psychologists all around the world have put great effort into investigating the functions and differences of the left and right brain. The existence of differences between left brain and right brain have been proven by many studies. Especially valuable are the observations that have been made on brain injuries. In this article, you…

How to fund up your start up?
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How to fund up your start up?

    Start-up companies are recently founded businesses or companies. They just start their development and creating the products or services. It usually needs high investments to start any idea and deal with its realization. The future success of a company often depends on whether it finds enough resources for business purposes. That’s why one…

How to set up your first online course?
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How to set up your first online course?

Sometimes the most valuable thing you can sell to people is knowledge and information. If you’re an expert at something, have you considered starting a business based on the sharing of information you’ve accumulated over the years? If you’ve got a skill or a strong understanding of a topic, there are people who would pay…

Most effective online tools for students
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Most effective online tools for students

We are so fortunate to live in a time where we have access to many amazing online tools. These tools are specifically created to help students perform their best. It does not have to be difficult to achieve high score anymore. It is great that students are trying to achieve competitive scores and shows commitment…

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Gamification – The fun side of e-learning

Education as a model in which information is presented in a simple manner and the sole purpose of assessments is to strengthen retention, and not ensuring understanding, is losing momentum in the digital world we live in. E-learning has started taking over now, from schools to the corporate sectors. The focus now lies in teaching through…

5 Ways to design classrooms and learning spaces of the future
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5 Ways to design classrooms and learning spaces of the future

Governments, business people, educators and parents all over the world are working hard to improve the educational system. Billions and billions of dollars are invested in improving teaching and curricula, yet, the amount of knowledge kids learn stays the same. However, experts think the problem isn’t the teachers or the curriculum, but the physical spaces—classrooms…