10 reasons why e-learning should be gamified

1. Games are fun – we choose to play games for a simple reason: it’s an amusing way to pass the time. The sheer scale of our appetite for games cannot be ignored. For example, Candy Crush Saga was downloaded more than 500 million times in 2013 and then in 2014 we spent $1.3billion on […]

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The best way to learn is……?

There is a storm brewing …. and it is all about learning styles…. the storm says we learn best when we follow our natural style… but on the other hand, it says that this is rubbish. So let us look at this from a sensible view point…… Think about the Honey and Mumford learning styles […]

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Growth in Flipped Blended Learning

In last couple of years we have seen significant growth in the number of teachers who are using the flipped model of blended learning. This shouldn’t really be a surprise as the majority of teachers using this model give very positive feedback about the impact on learners and results. What is interesting though is the […]

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Why being accountable matters

Imagine a place of work where no-one was accountable for their actions. It would be full of scapegoats, blame, and endless excuses when things go wrong. Promises would be broken, deadlines missed and costs always overrunning. Doesn’t sound great and certainly not somewhere you’d expect to inspire and engage your staff. Yet, last year 640 managers […]

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Language training: the unsung hero of employee development

Language matters! It’s easy to underestimate the power of language to enhance customer satisfaction, employee performance and workplace safety. In the workplace, quick and accurate communication is vital at all levels to avoid work-related injuries and improve company processes. In service-oriented roles, multilingualism caters to a wider international customer base. With the current economic climate challenging many companies to find new ways to maximize productivity, providing […]

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