Higher Ed & Post Sec

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Infographic: Higher Ed’s New Normal

Infographic demostrates just how much has changed in higher ed since the days of Thriller, big hair, and mix tapes.

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Open Badges Are Unlocking the Emerging Jobs Economy

We think Badges will be big. They provide an efficient way for employer groups to signal requirements for job clusters and a way for learners to accumulate and share a growing portfolio of skills.

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50 Back-to-School Questions for the Effective & Efficient Educator

If your students weren't required to attend your classes, would they? Check out these 50 "Back-to-School" questions for the effective and efficient educator.

20 days ago by

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Fidelis Charts Course With Learner Relationship Management

Learning relationship management is an emerging category that has the potential to solve critical problems--attrition, skills gap, and powering lifelong learning.

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Classroom Design and the Learning Experience

Before I move into a new classroom, have I re-evaluated my classroom design and given serious contemplation to the learning experiences it perpetuates? Hmmm. Well, that time is now. And here is my plan.

29 days ago by

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The Learning Accelerator

The Learning Accelerator is a non-profit whose mission is to accelerate the implementation of high-quality blended learning in school districts across America.

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20 Can’t Miss Edu Conferences

A recap of 20 great education conference that are worth attending throughout the course of the year. From the big 12 digital learning to major regional conferences and a couple more for good measure. Check out this list and start planning your conference season!

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EdTech 10: No Brain Drain Here

Summer Brain Drain is a well-documented concept. However, our team has recently noticed that the dreaded “summer slump” that sends out-of-practice kids into classrooms each fall doesn’t seem to affect adults. In fact, we’ve got evidence that teachers and leaders will be showing up with new tools to drive new pr...

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