As seen on eCampus News April 9th, 2018

    How apps can increase student engagement

    By Bob Nilsson
    director of vertical solutions marketing, Extreme Networks
    In almost every endeavor, success depends on engaging your customers to ensure their success and keep them coming back. Colleges and universities need to continually monitor student (i.e., customer) satisfaction and track their success, just as stores and businesses do. Just as retailers use...

    As seen on eSchool News April 19th, 2018

    Bringing the 5 Cs into your classroom

    By Gregory Firn
    chief operating officer, robots4STEM
    The learning spectrum is broad: On one end, there’s the student who loves a challenge; at the other exists one who consistently doubts his or her ability to successfully complete that challenge—and there are countless other types of students in between. Whether students are...

    As seen on eCampus News April 17th, 2018

    Training new grads to beat out the bots

    By Frank Connolly
    director of research, MindEdge Learning
    As graduation nears for many college students, the job hunt is officially on. And, as if the pressure to land that first gig weren’t high enough, today’s grads are now facing competition from a new quarter: robots. While these bots may not be a...

    As seen on eSchool News April 16th, 2018

    5 ways to ensure cultural inclusivity

    By Tyson J. Smith
    president and chief executive officer, Reading Horizons
    Have you ever wondered what goes into developing curriculum? The audience that Reading Horizons serves is diverse, and our footprint has grown significantly in the last decade as K–3 teachers and students from all over the country use our product for emerging readers and...

    As seen on eSchool News April 16th, 2018

    The best edtech PD isn’t about technology

    By Thuan Nguyen
    executive vice president , AVID Center
    Schools and districts spend billions on edtech, even while questions continue to swirl around whether such investments yield solid returns. Few companies can reliably ensure the educational outcomes that teachers and administrators expect, and according to one estimate, only 35 percent of edtech tools...

    As seen on eCampus News April 12th, 2018

    It’s time to turn legacy HR departments into a digital experience

    By Michael Gretczko and Matthew Alex
    principal and national service line leader; principal, higher education practice, ConnectMe, Deloitte Consulting LLP; Deloitte Consulting LLP
    Deloitte’s 2017 Global Human Capital Trends report found that nearly 80 percent of executives surveyed rated employee experience as important, while only 22 percent reported that their organizations were excellent at building a differentiated employee experience. This is often related to legacy human resources...

    As seen on eSchool News April 12th, 2018

    Pay attention! 5 ways to improve your students’ attention spans

    By Cory Armes
    national education consultant, Scientific Learning Corp.
    Paying attention sounds easy. But is it really? How many times have we reprimanded students for not paying attention? Attention is the ability to focus on information and tasks while ignoring distractions. We know that fluent reading requires sustained and focused attention, yet attention...

    As seen on eSchool News April 10th, 2018

    Beyond ESSA: How to use your data to make informed decisions

    By Mike English
    founder and chief executive officer/president, Forecast5 Analytics, Inc.
    The deadline has passed for states to submit final Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plans. Now it’s up to school districts to figure out how to capture and report data about student performance. While the additional reporting can seem like a burden, buried in...

    As seen on eCampus News April 5th, 2018

    How to do micro-credentialing and digital badging the right way

    By Geoff Irvine
    chief executive officer, Chalk & Wire
    Employers today are far less reliant on the four-year college degree than in the past, when the B.A. or B.S. served as a primary pre-hire indicator of future performance. Today, the bachelor’s degree is virtually a commodity. According to an analysis by Burning Glass...

    As seen on eCampus News April 3rd, 2018

    To build next-gen STEM leaders, universities and industry must collaborate

    By Don Bossi
    president, FIRST
    As more industries become reliant on tech-savvy talent, the disconnect between students’ STEM education and hiring managers’ expectations is becoming increasingly challenging. As companies continue to evolve their hiring requirements to include more of these in-demand skills, creating opportunities to help all students be...

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