Summer break often offers teachers an opportunity to catch up on what they’ve been too busy to do during the school year. I’ve heard from some of you that this means weeding your garden, actually ironing and putting away clothes instead of taking them (clean) right out of the laundry basket, and trying to increase …
Managing e-Learning Projects is extremely important for successful e-Learning course design. This article is the first in a series about e-Learning Project Management. Check it out and learn the Top 6 reasons why e-Learning projects fail.
Slate Magazine How Inequality Kills Innovation Slate Magazine To many conservatives, recent attention paid to income inequality is at best a distraction from the real challenge of growth and innovation.
Even though we learn a great deal in school, some of the most essential skills we need as adults aren't universally, formally taught. Here are some of the subjects and skills we wish we'd learned in school early on (and which you can still learn now. It's never too late!).
When you bring devices of any kind into your classroom, there need to be some rules to go along with them. Establishing guidelines for your students when they’re using technology is best done early on and reinforced often – with students of all ages! This doesn’t mean just setting out rules about not eating and …
Economic Times Innovation Hub to be opened for youth from tomorrow Economic Times The underlying idea for setting up of the Innovation Hub at National Science Centre in Delhi is to promote scientific, critical thinking and problem solving ability...
For the world’s economy to get full value from technological innovation, it must have a robust, coordinated approach to cybersecurity. A new report from the World Economic Forum and McKinsey & Company looks at how that could happen.When “everything is becoming digital,” private, public, and civil institutions become more dependent on information systems and more vulnerable to attack by sophisticated cybercriminals, political “hacktivists,” nation-states, and even their own employees. As a result, all of our institutions will have to make increasingly thoughtful trade-offs between the value inherent in a hyperconnected world and the risk of operational disruption, intellectual property loss, public embarrassment, and fraud that cyberattacks create
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