are unquestionably big news at the moment, with a degree of
justification. After all, they’re offering a good number of courses
0 replies - 662 views - 11/06/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I wrote earlier this week about schooling and whether schools were equipping children with the right learning skills to survive in the rapidly changing...
0 replies - 605 views - 10/21/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
this month OECD data produced some shocking results for the UK
educational establishment by revealing that 16-24 year olds were no more
0 replies - 363 views - 10/21/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Companies are always looking for better ways to keep their employees
well-trained and up-to-date. Simply providing information formally is
not as effective...
0 replies - 413 views - 09/03/13 by Shany Dembak in Articles
has undergone some big changes in the past few years, with the likes of
Khan Academy and the MOOCs imparting their own vision of how learning...
0 replies - 1357 views - 08/17/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
to say, having too little education is generally regarded to be a bad
thing, not least for our physical and mental health. Can the opposite...
0 replies - 452 views - 08/14/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
There have undoubtedly been some tremendous innovations in education over the past few years, be they the MOOCs that are attempting to shake up tertiary...
0 replies - 698 views - 07/26/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
has undoubtably been the year of the MOOC, with millions of people
using sites such as Coursera and Udacity to access courses from some of
0 replies - 735 views - 07/12/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Last month I covered
the growing number of sites that are aiming to help students to fund
their university education. Foremost amongst such platforms...
0 replies - 597 views - 07/10/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
is stretching its tenticles into an ever increasing array of areas.
One area of particular interest is that of student finance. ...
0 replies - 493 views - 06/19/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
Last month I wrote about some of the collaborative projects that are emerging in education. A number have emerged that enable students to work together...
0 replies - 993 views - 06/07/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
I’m no doubt showing my age here, but when I was at school the idea of partnering with a school somewhere else in the world typically took on a penpal type...
0 replies - 561 views - 05/31/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
The whole MOOC movement has made a massive splash over the last year, but it's hard to dispute that Coursera have led the way in the innovation stakes.Earlier...
0 replies - 839 views - 05/30/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles
What connect’s Seth Godin’s Linchpin to a vote at Amherst?
The question of MOOCs. Godin’s pitch goes something like this: access
to knowledge is no...
0 replies - 513 views - 05/15/13 by Josh Dormont in Articles
Yesterday MOOC network Coursera released news of an increasing number of teacher training courses launching on the site.
They have continued their march into...
0 replies - 829 views - 05/10/13 by Adi Gaskell in Articles