Once Denmark was famous for design and fashion, but a new movement is gaining momentum: Learning technology built in Denmark. Yes, you heard that right, using tech built in Denmark is an instant stamp of approval, because you know the technology is built on trust, collaboration, and respect for the individual and the data we generate.
What is it about the Nordic approach to learning that earns global praise? How are Nordic learning methods and strategies adaptable to a digital context during COVID-19, and what features are available in a learning platform that is built on a Nordic approach to learning?
You have just acquired your new learning experience platform! Congratulations! You are now embarking on a journey that will save you valuable time, and that will ensure learning among your students or employees.
Have you been entertaining the idea of acquiring a learning management system (LMS) for your organization in order to stimulate dynamism among your employees? Or perhaps you’re considering an LMS for your school but you are worried that it won’t be as easy to track your students’ progress as when you monitor them in person. If this resonates with you, you probably do need an LMS, but you most definitely need one with adaptive learning features.
LMS, TMS, CRM, ERP, SaaS… If you’re not a tech geek, the chances are that all those acronyms must seem like a foreign language to you. You have most likely used at least one of them at some point in your educational or professional career. In this article, we want to introduce you to three of the most popular programs that companies use in today’s business landscape: LMS, CRM, and ERP. So what are they and what do they do?
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused social and economic disruption of historic proportions. We know from the financial crisis in 2007-2008 that a recession always results in a shift in consumer behavior. Currently, loss of income due to illness, lockdown, and layoffs have put most households under a financial strain, forcing consumers to shop differently, prioritize essential goods, and online shopping.
Nowadays there is a big focus on the PISA tests done around the globe which compare educational systems. Do you know who ranks on top, every single time? Nordic educational institutions.
Nowadays there is a big focus on the PISA tests done around the globe in order to compare educational systems, and year by year countries see how they ranked so that they can analyze their whole educational system.
You may have heard the term “Learning Management System” floating around these past few months as organizations and educational institutions are adapting the way they work and learn from home.
Have you been entertaining the idea of acquiring a learning management system or learning platform for your organization, but can’t decide between a cloud-based or a self-hosted system? Or perhaps you’re confused about what to pick after reading about the difference between the two. We can help you out.
When Covid-19 first hit and schools and universities had to face lockdowns, focus was on transitioning to an online format in order to continue the basic training and classes to ensure students’ basic education.
Extracurricular activities or after-school activities have been sacrificed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, making it a risk to meet in person in many places.
TeacherLAB is a free interactive learning platform exclusively for teachers by teachers. Through TeacherLAB you will have access to 40 + courses designed to empower you to master new digital tools, online pedagogy, and relationships with students and parents, with the support of a global network of teachers. The courses on TeacherLAB are divided into 10 series: Introduction to remote teaching, Mastering new tools, Inspiring student engagement, Analytics, assessment, and grading, Digital literacy & the future of skills, New and emerging technologies, Methodology, pedagogy, and skills, The future of school and learning, Data, security, and basic legal insights and Advocacy & Agency. In this blog post, we focus on the awesomeness of the “Mastering new tools” series.
With most educational institutions switching to remote teaching, teachers and professors have had to transition to digital teaching in a very short period of time.