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Resources for Effective Implementation of eLearning

State eLearning Plans, SETDA eLearning CoalitionIn many cases, states have waived specific policies related to the limits for the number of consecutive days for eLearning and any application process in the wake of the COVID-19 school closures.https://www.setda.org/main-coalitions/elearning/state-exemplars/ State Education Agency … Continue reading

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3 Ways Educational Technology Tools Predict Student Success

One of the goals of academic assessment is to identify which students need help; the sooner they can be identified, the better. The promise of technology has been that its ability to collect unique data could make this process timelier, … Continue reading

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It’s been determined: Online learning works!

Online Learning is Just as Effective as Traditional Education, According to a New MIT Study More than 7.1 million students are currently taking at least one online course. Despite the apparent popularity, however, educators have given the trend low marks. … Continue reading

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E-learning more about education, less about tech

Using high-tech gadgets simply as means of delivering learning content not enough, experts say With the flow of high-tech gadgets into education, many thought that e-readers are on track to replace paper textbooks completely. This appeared to be the thinking … Continue reading

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Who Are the 5 Faces of Online Education?

Most students and parents surveyed are open to online coursework, and favor a blended learning approach. Online courses are no long considered a niche element of higher education. They’ve grown in popularity and prominence, becoming a crucial element for many … Continue reading

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Online Discussion Tips Infographic

Via: anethicalisland.wordpress.com Find more education infographics on e-Learning Infographics At the Online Discussion Tips Infographic you will find 15 Tips for Facilitation Online Discussion plus 11 Prompts to Stimulate Conversation. 15 Tips For Facilitating Online Discussion Start reading posts early … Continue reading

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How To Implement Blended Learning

Blended learning can be a great way to make use of whatever technology tools you do have, rather than needing specific technology that you don’t have. Blended learning doesn’t require you to have a 1:1 classroom, a certain number of … Continue reading

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A new antidote for snow days: ‘e-learning days’

For a small but growing number of students across the country, the words snow day no longer necessarily mean a day of sleeping late and goofing off.  Some schools in at least five states — Ohio, Illinois, West Virginia, Indiana … Continue reading

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An eLearning Revolution, and It’s Starting in Rural Africa

Meet Elizabeth, a twelve-year-old who walked over 10 kilometers to school and back every day. Despite her class being crowded — sometimes with 75 children for each teacher — and her teachers often being from outside the community, regularly overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Is Online Education Replacing the Classroom Learning Experience?

There was a time when higher education was synonymous with huge amounts of debt and living in poverty, but the advent of online education programs has caused us to rethink our approach towards education. With improved training costs, ongoing access … Continue reading

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