How to Boost Your Teacher Brand and Digital Reputation

Rise and Shine! How to Boost Your Teacher Brand and Digital Reputation (EdSurge News)

These days, your online presence is your resume. It’s also the best way to promote your personal and professional brand. Haven’t yet jumped on the social media bandwagon? Now is the time. Together, the elements that create your brand should communicate a distinct, cohesive story.

9 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning

9 Knowledge Retention Techniques For eLearning – eLearning Industry

Your eLearning activities are immersive and interactive. Your eLearning content is clear, concise, and goal-centered. Now the question is: are your online learners going to remember anything when they step into the real world? Learning is one thing, but absorbing and assimilating the information is something else.

Many children aren’t physically ready to start school

Many children aren’t physically ready to start school

The age at which children start school varies across the world. In Sweden, Denmark and Finland formal education starts at age seven, while in the UK, children often start as young as four. This raises ongoing questions over school readiness and whether British children are sufficiently emotionally, socially and physically developed to start school.

6 Reasons Why Students Need 21st-Century Skills

6 Reasons Why Students Need 21st-Century Skills

Click here for PDF version SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer Thereʼs plenty of talk about what to include on a 21st-century skills list, but why students need such skills is a different question. Ever since the late 1990s, “21st-century skills” has been a catch-phrase racketing around the education and business worlds.