What educators should know about using technology to engage students online.
What is outcomes-based education, and how does it compare with other educational models like competency-based education and mastery-based learning?
Rather than second-guess its options when COVID-19 struck, McGill University made the decision to go fully online
With most postsecondary institutions moving to a fully online learning model for the new term, colleges and universities across North America will face many new challenges. Faculty must be made comfortable with remote instruction.
This Digital Divide is one manifestation of inequity in education and describes the gap between students who have sufficient access to and knowledge of technology to succeed academically, and those who do not.
Today’s courses should combine the best that online learning can offer with proven face-to-face and other teaching models. Content needs to be accessible, capable of adapting to meet diverse learning needs, and engaging.
Grading is changing, and for the good – this blog discusses the changing landscape in assessment type due to pedagogical e-platforms.
Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) have helped many educational institutions transform learning through engaging, interactive courses that are simple and easy for learners to access and navigate.
A deeper look at how to offer more flexibility for your online students
Leverage the tools you already have at your disposal to engage with students
We caught up with graduate Luke McCrone at Future Edtech. Here are his thoughts on HE.
ISTE's Scott Merrick shares how Minecraft and 3D modeling are changing K-12 education.