How To Create Compelling Compliance Training And Why It's Worth The Effort

Can Compliance Training Impact Company Culture? Are you an L&D professional tasked with the daunting prospect of creating compliance training for your company? Never fear, it doesn’t have to be as dull as it sounds! This article offers some tried and tested tips to take your compliance training to the next level. Compliance just got … Read more

How to Effectively Use Common Planning Time

Spread the love In schools, common planning time refers to any period scheduled during the school day for several educators, or teams of educators, to work on grading and lesson planning. In most cases, common planning time is considered a form of professional development. Its primary purpose is to bring educators together to learn from … Read more

The ‘Language Leap’ at Transition

The importance of tending to pupils at the transition between primary and secondary school is well-established. The obvious focus, understandably, attends to the pastoral needs of pupils: making them feel safe and secure in their new ‘big school’ surroundings. Crucially, there is also an increasing recognition that making curriculum connections and charting the ‘language leap’ … Read more

12 Smart Apps For Collaborative Learning In The Classroom

12 Smart iPad Apps For Collaborative Learning by TeachThought Staff Using the iPad for collaborative learning isn’t the most seamless thing in the world. For one, you have to define what you mean by collaborative learning, and here we can loosely define it as “a kind of learning where collaboration is an integral part of … Read more

Applying The 70:20:10 Model In Online Training: 4 Benefits And 3 Drawbacks

70:20:10 Model: Pros And Cons Of Applying It In Online Training Do the 70:20:10 model benefits outweigh the downsides? In the 1980s, an NGO called the Centre for Creative Leadership created the 70:20:10 model for training. It states that 70% of training is on the job, 20% from peers, and only 10% from formal instruction. … Read more

How To Convert Your Classroom Training To Virtual Training

Convert Your Classroom Training: 3 Stress-Free Steps And 3 Mistakes To Avoid What do you want the learner to be able to do at the end of the e-learning course? Typically, it is not to be amazed by how many interactive features the developer was able to execute within the authoring tool. For example, if … Read more

Addiction in Students Using Stimulants for Neuroenhancement 

Stimulants come in many different forms and can have varying purposes. All stimulants, however, have addictive qualities that can affect those who use them. What are Stimulants, and Why Use Them? Doctors prescribe some stimulants such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Concerta to treat ADD, ADHD, and narcolepsy disorders. These prescription amphetamines help the patient focus … Read more