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Hike to the next level

Hike to the next level

Written by on 26/03/2018 in Blog

And how you can boost your business via online adaptive learning and level-testing. Treading through the wilderness can be a source of inspiration for some, and of despair for others. Many hiking enthusiasts enjoy the benefits of a challenging outdoor trek. Others, pray for the painstaking activity to end. In essence, what separates the achievers […]

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Turn and face the (not so) strange ch-ch-changes

Turn and face the (not so) strange ch-ch-changes

Written by on 15/04/2016 in Blog

Something that I find constantly interesting about being involved in the world of education is not only the knowledge that I gather myself, which I can then happily pass on, but also the new ideas that students discover themselves to assist their learning, using the resources I have created. I will be covering voice recognition […]

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How E-Learning is Changing the Education Landscape in China

How E-Learning is Changing the Education Landscape in China

Written by on 28/04/2015 in Curated content

E-learning has been one of the biggest recent online trends. China is currently the market showing the biggest growth. Among all the questions related to open educational resources and e-learning, the most important one remains how technology will affect learning processes and the way students are trained. There are Already 100 Million E-learners in China […]

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Bloom’s Taxonomy and Language Learning in 500 Words | Language Surfer

Bloom’s Taxonomy and Language Learning in 500 Words | Language Surfer

Written by on 19/11/2014 in Curated content

Longtime readers might know that in my day job–the one I go to when I’m not blogging or fighting crime in Gotham–I develop documentation and training. Lately, I’ve been creating classroom curriculum for technical trainers. Something I’ve had to become somewhat familiar with is Bloom’s taxonomy. The taxonomy is so influential in educational circles that […]

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Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Guide to Creating Tech-Friendly Classroom Management Strategies | Edudemic

Written by on 14/10/2014 in Curated content

One of your jobs as a modern-day teacher is to invite your students to the technology table. The trick is to convince them that tech gadgets arent just for entertainment; theyre also for learning. Your kids wont reach their learning goals if you dont lure them in. If you’re a teacher who grew up in […]

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About languages and their teaching

About languages and their teaching

Written by on 14/07/2014 in Blog

Almost all studies and research agree that since the current crisis began, training in most organizations has been reduced by around 40 percent. That call strategic lever for competitiveness has become the overnight and as it did in previous economic uncertainty situations in an “unnecessary expenditure”: the income conditions which, until yesterday, have ensured that was the staple of talent.

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The damn of knowledge: the more you know, the worse you explain

The damn of knowledge: the more you know, the worse you explain

Written by on 21/11/2012 in Blog with 0 Comments

I just read a post that I loved. It is titled “The curse of knowledge. The more you know the worse you explain”. It reminded me that one of the discussions I’ve had many times with clients is: how can you create training on the subject X if you’re not an expert? My answer is always, “No, I am an expert in the educational process.”

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