#Learning2030 is about the conversations that are happening right now, about the future of learning as we approach the one-third mark of the 21st century.
For teachers accustomed to teaching at the front of a classroom, the move into the virtual world presents new and interesting challenges.
Do students who study online do as well as their counterparts in the classroom?
The virtual schools market in North America is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 13% between 2017 and 2021.
See what’s happening today, so you can better prepare for tomorrow.
Examination scores for students exposed to active learning were approximately 6% higher than those taught via traditional lectures.
There is a myriad of choice and technologies now available to postsecondary institutions seeking to innovatively redesign the way learning happens on campus.
The influence of high tech information delivery has dramatically changed the way teachers teach and learners learn.
Today, 79% of all online students and 76% of alumni say that online education is “better than” or “equal to” on-campus education.