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Use of Edtech in school – Pupils often too passive

21st Century School put in practice - Makerspace and reforming early Language Learning

Computers have been used to teach basic mathematics and reading since the 1960s. Today, with the use of data analytics and algorithms to adapt the instructional content to each student, still pupils find it difficult when working alone and passively receive information. Joan E. Hughes, an associate professor of learning technologies in the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin, writes: “Students sit, read, listen, watch, answer questions and receive feedback. Some students just… Continue reading

Latest News: Six keys to engagement in an organisation, London Business School research

Latest News: Six keys to engagement in an organisation, London Business School research

eLearningworld News from UK Why would anybody work with us? How do we create an engaging environment? Professor Gareth Jones and Professor Rob Goffee at London Business School answer is DREAMS after conducted a survey among hundreds of professionals. The result was DREAMS that stands for: Difference – allowed to be unique, different perspectives is required for organisational success. Radical honesty – means complete transparency of what is happening in the organisation. Extra value –… Continue reading

Entrepreneurial spirit into the school system Part 3

Entrepreneurial spirit into the school system Part 3

Flexible and creative learning environments in practice The Web can be described as a learning organization that has grown with the six criteria in the article “Creative environments: Six fundamental principles” as the driving force. In this article these drivers are used in the school environment based on an authentic case study of a successful Comenius Project: Efelcren1. This case also is an inspiring example of introducing an entrepreneurial spirit in schools with EU-funding. Participants… Continue reading