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How ADHD Impacts Learning in Grade School Infographic

ELearningGraphics - February 19, 2017 4865

How ADHD Impacts Learning in Grade School Infographic In grade school, increasing workloads can be hard for students to keep up with. For some kids, this is when symptoms of ADHD first become noticeable—and your child’s teacher may see signs before you do. Here are some ways ADHD impacts learning in grade school. Read also: […]


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Don't Miss: How to train players right, so they don't hate learning to play

Gamasutra - February 16, 2017 4798

Designer Mike Stout takes a look at examples of in-game training that skip the boring tutorials and teach players the rules of the game by letting them play the game. ...

8 Elements of Modern Learning Infographic

ELearningGraphics - February 18, 2017 4699

8 Elements of Modern Learning Infographic Many organizations struggle with outdated training methods that are no longer effective across multiple generations of learners. Training methods need to change and grow to accommodate multiple generations of learners. The 8 Elements of Modern Learning Infographic presents 8 eight important elements of modern learning you should incorporate into existing and […]


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Here’s my prediction: Mentoring programs can and must evolve

The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring - February 14, 2017 4693

by Jean Rhodes Here’s my prediction. In the coming decades, formal mentoring will become more targeted, evidence-based, and professionalized in its approach. This is because our field’s two most important barometers of the success—the number of adults willing to serve as volunteer mentors and the effectiveness of these efforts—have not changed in the past decade. Indeed, […]


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Predicting the future of mentoring programs

The Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring - February 14, 2017 4693

by Jean Rhodes Here’s my prediction. In the coming decades, formal mentoring programs will become more targeted, evidence-based, and professionalized. This is because our field’s two most important barometers of success—the number of adults willing to serve as volunteer mentors and the effectiveness of these efforts—have not changed in the past decade. Indeed, despite the […]


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How to Build a Great Relationship with Your Subject Matter Experts

Rapid eLearning - February 14, 2017 4663

This is part two of the series on working with subject matter experts when building e-learning courses. In the previous post, we looked at how to set expectations and some simple project management tips. I also shared a link to the free e-book, Essential Guide to Working with Subject Matter Experts. Today, we’ll look at […]