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Yuri Narciss shares an article on the current, standard education model and a few views on how it can be improved.  I have worked in the education sector for the last three years as a member of the Global Executive Team of Study Group in charge of marketing and sales. Joining from Google, my background […]

If education is on your mind or part of your business, this article from Yuri Narciss may stimulate conversation on common points of controversy. I have worked in the education sector for the last three years as a member of the Global Executive Team of Study Group in charge of marketing and sales. Joining from […]

  Christy Johnson shares a post from her company blog on how to make virtual learning a better experience for students. In this panel, experts from Stanford and from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco discussed:  Experimenting with synchronous and asynchronous classroom environments, flipped classrooms, and different online tools Helping students meet, network, collaborate, […]

  Marcia Nuffer shares an article that highlights the pros and cons of learning online. Online learning can be, and should be, as addictive as the other technologies we use. We are addicted to technology.  Multiple studies say we check our phones between 50 and 80 times a day. Millennials up to 150 times.  Sure, […]

  Eric Hiller takes a look at the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on higher education and discusses the pros and cons of online learning.    “With the advent of our unfriendly visitor from Wuhan, the COVID-19 virus, a lot of things have changed. Higher education has been particularly hard hit. I could not find […]