Learning Tips for Students Who Find Math Difficult

By eLearning Inside February 09, 2024

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Math can be difficult to understand for many people, from high school students to business employees. Math and reading test scores for 13-year-olds in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest level in decades, and experts warn that continued poor performance could threaten the nation’s economic competitiveness, reported the Associated Press. Learners and workers in […]

Discovering Higher-Order Creativity in Education

By eLearning Inside February 05, 2024

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This article was written by Brian Lamb, the CEO of Swivl, an eLearning provider, specialising in classroom management. Creativity is involved at every stage of education, from young children in art class to higher ed students working on a research project. What used to be considered just a human process, creativity has now become a […]

Why Hands on Education is the Key to Healthcare Career Success

By eLearning Inside February 05, 2024

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This article was written by Sandra Fineman, MPAS, PA-C. She is the associate vice president and and an associate professor for the Center for Interprofessional Studies at Marshall B. Ketchum University.  Online and remote modalities of education have become more popular in the last decade. The recent pandemic created multiple new avenues for effective remote […]

How eLearning Transforms Education for Autistic Children

By eLearning Inside February 04, 2024

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Studio shot, Close-up, Top view of mother's hands holding autistic young child's hands holding colorful jigsaw puzzles (yellow, red, blue, light blue) on beige linen cloth. World autism awareness day support concept.

Autism spectrum is a neurological disorder that affects the way certain people process information. The condition can result in significant learning and behavioral challenges, including difficulty communicating and interacting with others. It’s estimated that 1 in 54 children has autism, and the number is rising. Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disorder in the U.S., and […]

Creating an Online eLearning Course From Scratch

By eLearning Inside February 04, 2024

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The internet has changed the way the physical world functions. Nowadays, everyone who is connected to it is granted access to countless services and opportunities. The educational sphere is the one that has undergone the most qualitative changes since any type of educational course, workshop, and schooling can be easily accessed through any type of […]

What a STEM E-Learning Platform Can Offer Your Child

By Maloy Burman January 16, 2022

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Young child learning with IPad.

The importance of STEM education is in no doubt. Science, technology (including coding), engineering and math skills are vital for our future workforce and any child who excels in one or more of these areas has a bright future. If your child has a particular interest in STEM subjects or shows signs of special abilities […]

The K-12 Cybersecurity Act of 2021 and The State of Cyber Crime in Education

By Aniqah Majid December 29, 2021

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Man looking at a computer screen full of code.

DECEMBER 29 – The number of reported cyber incidents in K-12 schools and districts in the U.S. stands at 1180. Covid-19 and the introduction of remote and hybrid learning have only made cybercrime more frequent and sophisticated in the education sector. In the past 30 days, Microsoft Security Intelligence has seen 8,253,516 devices in the […]

How To Learn Web Design: 4 Steps To Start Designing

By eLearning Inside December 20, 2021

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In the US alone, the web design market is valued at $40 billion. Web designing can be self-taught. While the avenues of education are not free, there are cheaper alternatives than the academic route. Online courses on web designing and there are resources that you can purchase online. The most important thing is actually determining which […]

The State of Technology in Education

By Abby Thompson December 02, 2021

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Over the last few decades, we’ve been seeing a gradual increase in technology use for educational purposes. Classrooms have become increasingly dependent on tools like computers, tablets, and online curriculum. In fact, school districts in the US used an average of 1,449 digital tools every month during the 2020-2021 school year. While technology use does […]

The Benefits of Using a Share File Server in Education

By Michael Dunlop November 30, 2021

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61% of businesses migrated their workloads to the cloud in 2020, and this trend is likely to rise in the next decade. One of the main areas the cloud is universally leveraged in is education, with schools and colleges using different resources to share and distribute educational material. Some exclusively use educational cloud resources, like […]