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Killing Strategy: The Disruption Of Management Consulting –

Since former Boston Consulting Group consultant Clayton Christensen first used the words "disruptive innovation" in 1995, nimble startups have challenged incumbents in every field from music to manufacturing. The industries that have proven the most vulnerable to disruption have been those with: One or a few major players Relatively outdated business practices Slow technology adoption Oddly, management … Continue reading Killing Strategy: The Disruption Of Management Consulting –

6 Resources to Help Students With Information Literacy – Laura Ascione

Information literacy skills top many lists of must-have abilities, especially in the age of fake news. Not all results in a Google search are legitimate–but how many of today’s students know this? Children have access to devices at younger ages, which underscores the importance of teaching them how to look at news with a critical … Continue reading 6 Resources to Help Students With Information Literacy – Laura Ascione

6 Essential Content Creation Tips For eLearning Success – Shift

You've been tasked with developing your first eLearning course. Now what? Let us help you get with it and nail each aspect of the content development process. Probably you are wondering if there is one perfect roadmap for relevant and engaging eLearning content. However, given that the variables of each project make each session unique, it is difficult to box elements into … Continue reading 6 Essential Content Creation Tips For eLearning Success – Shift

Thinking About Becoming An Infopreneur – Michael Guta

You probably have heard “Information is Power,” and in today’s digital ecosystem it has become much easier to turn this information into a business. The new infographic by Kajabi looks to answer how this is the right time to turn your knowledge and expertise into a business as an infopreneur. Titled, “Knowledge Commerce: How to … Continue reading Thinking About Becoming An Infopreneur – Michael Guta

How to Teach Media Fluency Skills: 6 Cool Concepts to Try – Lee Watanabe

Teaching Media Fluency skills is crucial to the educational environment as technology continues to reshape how students think and react to digital media and the messages they receive. This is an important aspect of teaching that cannot be ignored. All students should be able to access, analyze, evaluate and create media in a number of forms. … Continue reading How to Teach Media Fluency Skills: 6 Cool Concepts to Try – Lee Watanabe

Building A Tinkering Mindset In Young Students Through Making – Alice Baggett

The most important thing you can do to set up your tinkering space for primary students has nothing to do with the space. Of course you’ll need space for your students to work in, but the physical space for tinkering matters much less than the mental space that you create for young makers. To be … Continue reading Building A Tinkering Mindset In Young Students Through Making – Alice Baggett

Custom eLearning – Is it worth the investment? — AimsDigitalBlog

A common dilemma faced by organizations is whether to opt for off-the-shelf training courses or invest in custom eLearning. Developing customized courses can be expensive and time-consuming, which often discourages companies looking to make the best use of limited training budgets. But there are several reasons for organizations to consider custom eLearning: Relevant And Targeted […] … Continue reading Custom eLearning – Is it worth the investment? — AimsDigitalBlog

Implementing Student Accessibility Strategies – coralee czinkota

I am proud that Saskatchewan Polytechnic, the institution I teach in, is committed to meeting the needs of its diverse student population. In particular, it has dedicated support to ensure equal access to students with disabilities. This support requires students to self-identify as having an intellectual, learning or mental/physical disability. For these students, and those that … Continue reading Implementing Student Accessibility Strategies – coralee czinkota

7 Ways to Differentiate Instruction Through Assessment – Vicki Davis

We need to differentiate instruction. Derived from the word “different,” differentiation points to the fact that different ways of teaching can help you reach more children with the knowledge they need to master something. You’ve heard good teachers say it this way when a child is struggling: “Well, let’s try this a different way.” But … Continue reading 7 Ways to Differentiate Instruction Through Assessment – Vicki Davis

How To Teach Your Kids To Care About Other People – Caroline Bologna

As deep-seated divisions, vitriol and disturbing news fill headlines, many people are wondering what happened to the qualities of empathy and kindness in our society. In the same vein, many parents are wondering how to raise kids who will be a force for love and goodness in the face of bitterness and hate. HuffPost spoke … Continue reading How To Teach Your Kids To Care About Other People – Caroline Bologna

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