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We often focus all our energies on delivering enhanced customer experiences. But what about employee experiences? It’s an important factor to consider as your employees are your organization’s greatest competitive asset.
Unless you’re new to the EdTech world it should be no surprise that drop-out rates for online programs are high. Numbers vary from 35% churn to 54% for online courses and higher than 90% for MOOCs. Time to Know’s South American partner, reported a staggering 60% drop-out rate from their flagship vocational training programs.
How strong is the human memory? The answer is quite disappointing. We usually forget 90% of what we had learned in class within 30 days.
What do you imagine when you think of the future of learning? Meeting Plato in a time-traveling history lesson?
Let’s face it — online courses require a ton of effort to create. Distance Learning (DL) requires self-motivation from the learners and instructors require a high-level of training about how to use web-based technology. So, how to make sure you’re experiencing desired results? First, let’s go over some basics.
Are you aware of how dependent we are on our smartphones? After all, this is 2017 and being bombarded by applications, emails, tweets, you name it — it’s extremely difficult NOT to constantly look at your mobile.
In higher education, vocational teaching, and corporate training Distance Learning (DL) is not delivering on its promise.
Time To Know (T2K) is partnering with Deson Group, a listed company in Hong Kong, to bring T2K digital learning solutions to Greater China. The project will allow one of the most significant players in the fitness arena to digitize their training courses and widen their content offerings to their fitness trainers and over 30,000 club members.
It’s important to remember that technology can never replace a real life instructor. In fact, no one is more vital to the success of an Ed-Tech program. To ensure instructors are on board for the digital classroom transition follow these tips so they not only use Ed-Tech but fall in love with it as a […]