Top 10 influencers in e-learning in 2016

E-learning is industry developing at fast pace, with a lot of new technological developments introduced on regular basis, as well as many important key players that keep investing in it. Regardless of this fact, there has to be a person who can make the best use of what the markets and the educators are offering and… Continue reading Top 10 influencers in e-learning in 2016

iPad is the best teachers “pet” in 2016

An iPad is teacher’s very handy assistant! There is no doubt about this fact. You might want to go trough this very popular infographic that is given all explanations and clarification why is this so. The summary is in the 7 points below: Show on a Big Screen Manage the classroom Assess student work Interact… Continue reading iPad is the best teachers “pet” in 2016

Why is informal learning important?

What is Informal Learning? By definition informal learning is the unofficial, or unscheduled way most people learn. It often takes the form of articles, videos, books, podcasts, online courses, conferences, etc. as opposed to formal courses. The infographic below will emphases the following points: Reliance on informal learning is growing because it promotes autonomy, efficiency,… Continue reading Why is informal learning important?

If you wonder how do you remember of forget things, here are some interesting facts about human brains. With one billion connections in our brains, we really are piece of art.

Let us know if you have any comments on the infograph about our brains.

Top Microsoft tools in education

Top Microsoft tools in education

[responsivevoice_button buttontext=”Play”]   As the modern education world slowly progresses towards being more automated and aided with amazing technological assistance, teachers can find more useful tools for their classroom activities. Giants like Google and Microsoft have stepped up their research and development departments to create applications or devices that can help both the teachers and… Continue reading Top Microsoft tools in education

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The e-learning field is turning out to be the game changer in 21st century education, beginning from Learning Analytics to the MOOC movement, from Gamification to new Design Possibilities.Check the infographics on all details:

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It is true that English is the lingua franca of our times, but inspite of this fact, there are still many languages that one can learn in order to enrich himself/herself, to develop skills, to improve the business developing. Have a look at the infographic below and see for yourself which language is less or more difficult to learn. Have fun!

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Speaking a foreign language is always useful, but learning a new language can be a difficult task.

There are so many weird rules, unfamiliar words and pronunciation problems that most of the time you believe that you’ll never learn anything. It is easy to feel discouraged and to give up. But, the truth is that you are catching up faster than you believe and soon you will manage to master it and become a real expert. Or at least you’ll learn enough to order a meal next time you are visiting the country whose language you are learning. Not only does learning languages have ability to transform social aspects of your life, but it can also affect your brain. The How learning languages affects our brain? Infographic showcases the consequences of learning a language and the pretty epic impact it has on your brain!

We need to make mental fitness a huge part of our everyday routine. Learning new languages is both a fun and challenging way to give our brains the workout they crave. According to the infographic higher language skills are linked to growth in the hippocampus and areas of the cerebral cortex, where we process memory, thought and action. The increased size is associated with better memory and sharp thinking in old age.

Apart from benefiting your brain, language also changes the way you think.

For example, there are more terms for light blue and dark blue in Japanese than in English. This means that Japanese speakers can distinguish between multiple shades of blue, as compared to English speakers.
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