“If history were taught in the form of stories…”

Therese Fowler writes: “The history of storytelling isn’t one of simply entertaining the masses but of also advising, instructing, challenging the status quo.” In other words, good stories told in an engaging way are like oil for the brain to tear down walls and boost understanding. Since a story helps …

Best Practice to develop learning experiences for Millennials

Best Practice to develop learning experiences for Millennials Time to let go of detailed curriculums and the value of statistics from learning should be used less to grade the student and more to personalise the learning experience. In this development, digitization is the main driving force. Vital sensible intelligence about …

To improve cybersecurity awareness in an organisation, new report

eLearningworld News A new report from McAfee shows that 46 percent of respondents believe that the number of cyberthreats will increase and where some think it will be impossible to defend against them. The problem becomes much worse because of “the cybersecurity skills crisis”, according to the respondents. Automation is …

Gamification in Practice in Schools and a Museum

eLearningworld News How to improve language learning in school? In a EU funded project via the Erasmus+ programme, partner schools from Malta, Spain, Poland, Greece, Turkey and Italy are exploring the opportunities. The driving forces on the gamified learning area in comparison with traditional pedagogy is engaging storytelling, problem-solving and …

Latest News: Digital Advertising that works according to Neuroscience

eLearningworld News from US New research shows how users react to and engage with in-app mobile video ads. The purpose with the research was to help marketers understand the main keys to gain higher ad receptivity, get more human attention to boost your brand. In the study users’ reactions to …

Latest News: Workplace environment’s impact on your brain’s functionality

eLearningworld News from US New research from Florida University shows that the working environment can have long-term impact on employees’ performance. Both lack of stimulation and if the workplace is unclean has negative effects. The research is based on data from 4963 adults in the ages 32 to 84 from …