Tag Archives: instructional design

Trends | Implementing Ed Tech

Successful technology implementations do not happen by accident. With the right tools and approach, education technology can have a significant and measurable impact on learning. According to research, the greatest success in the classroom starts with sound teaching skills, complemented … Continue reading

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Flipped and Tracking

Flash progress comparisons help teachers bolster and customize student learning.   GUEST COLUMN | by Tony Glockler Teachers have incredible amounts of data and information to juggle. Keeping track of grades, assignments, and engagement is a challenge that teachers gracefully overcome … Continue reading

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Online Learning, Better

Five instructional design principles for a more engaging and productive online experience GUEST COLUMN | by John Boersma To say that online learning has opened up higher education opportunities for students is an understatement. That said, most online courses don’t … Continue reading

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Interview | The Specialist

There are plenty of new technology titles these days, enough to make your head spin. In the world of edtech, one such example is “Instructional Design Specialist”. This could mean a lot of things to a lot of different people, … Continue reading

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