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Improving Math Performance Through Game-based Learning

Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms; it is about understanding. –William Paul Thurston A conversation between a child and a parent is always fun and engaging, until it hits the roadblock called “math.” The heart starts pounding faster, and careless mistakes start happening. In other words, math anxiety or phobia takes over. Math anxiety is defined as a feeling of apprehension that interferes with performance...

Extended Reality (XR) in STEM Learning

STEM education in the 21st century STEM encapsulates four significant disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. In contrast to other subjects, STEM learning helps shape the intellectual self through skills such as critical thinking, problem-solving, and creativity. STEM learning is not just about mastering subjects but also about leveraging knowledge to innovate. STEM education is critical in the 21st-century world for...

Corporate Training and Development, 2021 and Beyond: Challenges and Opportunities – Part 3

Corporate Training and Development, 2021 and beyond: Challenges and Opportunities – Part 1Corporate Training and Development, 2021 and beyond: Challenges and Opportunities – Part 2In the first two parts of this series, we talked about learning and development (L&D) challenges in today’s world. From an organization’s point of view, it is no longer just about being able to do one’s job; it is now about adapting quickly to fast-changing norms....
Extended Reality (XR) in STEM Learning

Extended Reality (XR) in STEM Learning

STEM education in the 21st century STEM encapsulates four significant disciplines: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. In contrast to other subjects, STEM learning helps shape the intellectual self through skills such as critical thinking,...

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The Future of Education: Online Learning

The Future of Education: Online Learning

Online learning is not a new concept. The idea has been around for decades. The advent of online courses was experimented with as early as 1998 by universities such as MIT, Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon University, and the University of Oxford. While these...

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Microlearning in Post-Covid World

Microlearning in Post-Covid World

cater t The cognitive architecture of humans has remained the same for thousands of years, processing a few chunks of information at a time. Organized chunks of information fed through interactive media offer the flexibility to learn a new skill or a subject at our...

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