Tag Archives: higher education

One Size Fits

Personalized learning as part of your learning genome. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Peddle “Education shouldn’t be one-size-fits-all, it should be one-size-fits-one.” -Brian Peddle There is extensive evidence that demonstrates traditional education is not adequately preparing our students for successful … Continue reading

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World-Changing Power

Through evolution comes challenges. GUEST COLUMN | by Jazz Gandhum The definition of education is “the process of teaching or learning” – and ever since the dawn of time, education has been central to the evolution of man. People always … Continue reading

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A Better Learning Experience

Thinking smarter about space to support classroom technology.  GUEST COLUMN | by Sean Corcorran As in every other enterprise, educators have discovered that using new technology to improve results can be a slow and sometimes hit-or-miss process. Educators are hampered … Continue reading

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At The Heart of Learning

Efficiency, empathy and empowerment in personalized learning for higher education.  GUEST COLUMN | by James Caras  Personalized learning offers the benefits of delivering customized instruction and learning paths to students based upon a learner profile generated as a student engages … Continue reading

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Ever Vigilant

Bridging the cybersecurity talent gap to maintain freedom from attackers. GUEST COLUMN | by Jennifer Teeters The future of cybersecurity is at risk. That’s not a statement I make lightly, and I don’t believe I’m being “Chicken Little” either. The … Continue reading

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