There are so many wonderful books for children about wellness and health, and many of them are written for adults, too. Reading about other people's experiences and learning from them can help us make better choices about our own wellbeing. Things to make your day better. But what about books for adults? There are books […]
How Many Options Should A Multiple-Choice Question Have?
In all seriousness, the quantity and quality of peer-reviewed evidence in favor of three-option multiple-choice questions are remarkable. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Keeping It Simple: 10 Timeless Fundamentals Of Teaching
It is better to teach our teachers how to teach and how to learn for themselves than teach them dated, finite information The post Keeping It Simple: 10 Timeless Fundamentals Of Teaching appeared first on TeachThought.
Not-So-Obvious Benefits That In-House Subject Matter Experts Bring To The Table
Are you ready to make the most out of your collaboration with subject matter experts? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.
Ed Talks with Adam Green, PhD
What’s new on Khan Academy as we go back to school? In this next Khan Academy Ed Talks, Khan Academy’s Director of US Academic Content, Adam Green, PhD joins Chief Learning Officer Kristen DiCerbo, PhD to discuss new content, course refreshers, and more! Streamed live on August 18, 2021. See the original livestream on YouTube. […]
Ed Talks with Sophie Bosmeny
What’s new for the little learners in our lives? On this episode of Khan Academy Ed Talks, Khan Academy Kids’ Director of Partnerships and Strategy, Sophie Bosmeny joins Chief Learning Officer Kristen DiCerbo, PhD to discuss hundreds of new lessons that encourage learning, discovery, and enrichment for 2-8 year-olds. Streamed live on August 19, 2021. […]