Online students multitask more – and not in a good way

Study finds that even those who are inclined to stray do so less in face-to-face classes — presumably because instructors and peers are watching. What are the implications for online learning? And is all multitasking bad? Andrew Lepp wasn’t surprised (and wouldn’t expect most people familiar with higher education to be surprised) by the headline finding of […]

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Immersive learning to reshape how the world learns using tech

To keep up, South Africa urged to embrace this tech-type of learning or risk being left behind Immersive learning will fundamentally change the way young South Africans absorb information, and forms an integral part of the learning revolution the country needs to embark on to keep up with the demands of the future. According to […]

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Education technology key to career readiness

A flailing economy, a massive technology skills gap and students that are nowhere near prepared for careers are cause for concern in today’s rapidly changing workplace. As employers are scrambling to find candidates with the skills they need to fill jobs that didn’t even exist five years ago, it is clear that career technical education has […]

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