What’s the future of VET, vocational education and training?
It was very surprising to hear that a private Registered Training Organisation (RTO) I have had some association with over the past few years is considering abandoning it’s formal RTO status. The requirements on the organisation to prove itself compliant have become too onerous; for them, […]
ACCORDING TO the 2012 Horizon Report, the next big thing in education and training is learning analytics. There’s quite a lot of talk about it in the elearning community as well, in various blogs, conferences and research papers.
Learning Analytics is analysing data (“breadcrumbs”, “data exhaust”) that is captured by learners when […]
Etc. Ziajka, the answer is because the branded version is always the innovator. As much as it can save lives, the Humana Standard plan. There are many side effects to this using this drug; the most common are headache. The results of a recent manufacturer sponsored clinical trial suggest that combining a new blood pressure […]
STORYTELLING is a powerful method to share knowledge, but the art of storytelling has been lost in training.
In times gone by, particularly in primitive cultures, it was its only means: cultures were preserved this way. This has continued in popular culture: in religion, novels, cartoons, news, theatre, music, dance, film and television.
Imagine, for […]