When was your last Netflix binge? I’ll confess that I submitted myself to solitary confinement this past month catching up on 3 seasons of Orange is the New Black. To be completely honest, when I discovered Narcos I didn’t leave my apartment more than once for an entire weekend – I binged on the entire
A common concern arises when the topic of elearning comes up. Have you ever heard, or thought to yourself, “I find it hard to stay focused when taking an online course” or, “Is it easier to learn in a traditional classroom?”. These thoughts can be true for some, but if elearning is presented effectively, with
Across North America and much of the Western world, aging populations are placing pressure on healthcare systems and increasing the demand for home care assistance and spaces in nursing homes. Both public and private healthcare facilities are struggling to keep up with the demand. One of their most critical needs is for well-trained staff.
The flipped classroom has grown in popularity in the education space over the past decade – and for very good reason. At Learnkit, we’ve helped a number of our clients transition to a flipped (also known as blended learning) model for their employee training programs. As a result, they’ve reported experiencing a higher return on their training
Growing up, I loved watching late night infomercials. They were always so cheesy and I couldn’t help but wonder who would actually make those 3 easy payments of $49.95 to get the wacky and superfluous gadget or gizmo that was offering a freebie if you ordered within the hour. All except for one – The
I speak from experience about the shifts and evolution of elearning. I encountered my first online course as a student in 1999 through the University of Alberta in Canada, and since that time completed three educational degrees online as well as taught and designed many in the online environment. EARLY INNINGS (1999 to 2004) Winning
While it is common practice to incorporate tasks from Bloom’s Taxonomy lower order objectives into elearning, educators and learning professionals often have difficulty leveraging elearning to involve the model’s higher order tasks. This article will illustrate 4 scalable ways to help your elearners attain higher order cognitive objectives. Bloom’s Taxonomy is used widely for