Experiential learning allows students to learn by doing and engages learners in real-world authentic activities.
The reality is that educators speak of helping students to become lifelong learners, but what are the majority of educators doing to enable that?
A composite profile of your students, achieved through data, lets you serve students better, identify risk factors earlier and mitigate against those risks.
If you don’t know how your solution is relevant to your users’ fundamental problems, then you aren’t solving anything meaningful—you’re only complicating their already busy lives.
Part of alleviating educators’ fears is making sure that everyone knows that CBE is not a light switch that flips on, on a specific date. The most successful schools will transition over time with a hybrid educational model .
Following the UX approach to design ensures that the curriculum we build, above all else, is useful, easy to use, memorable and desirable.
As a high school educator, I connect with my students socially and emotionally. I need to know where my students are coming from, what home life is like, what their interests are and how I can leverage the obstacles and opportunities they face to...
Motivis CEO Brian Peddle speaks about using the power and flexibility of Salesforce to design new types of educational technology of College for America.
The College for America at Southern New Hampshire University has revolutionized adult education, but needed a new type of educational technology to do it—Learning Relationship Management.
I attended a webinar yesterday, A Northeast Region View of Competency-Based Learning: Definitions, Policies and Implementation, where there were some great discussions happening around competency-based education (CBE) in the chat...
While schools shouldn’t be run like businesses, they could learn a thing or two from business about how to market their success.
The importance of using Learning Relationship Management (LRM) in managing competency-based education (CBE) and especially in developing relationships with your students.