“Students learn how to behave online”

Minecraft is fun – but it’s also a useful tool for teachers. Swiss teacher Stefan Huber’s students explore complex issues while also reflecting on their online behavior. Caroline Smrstik Gentner: What led you to start using Minecraft in your lessons? Stefan Huber: During the first Covid-19 lockdown in spring 2020, I felt that we were … Read more

Common Assignments in Online Courses

More students are contemplating learning online for the first time and get worried about the type of assignments they will get while studying. Most students got accustomed to the education system that applies face-to-face education along with typical college homework and, therefore, may not know what would come their way when they start. Here are … Read more

“Good teaching means being open to adventure”

Swiss secondary school teacher Stella Stejskal-Blum’s English learners dive into the world of digital entrepreneurship. Caroline Smrstik Gentner: What prompted you to have your English class explore ideas for a start-up business? Stella Stejskal-Blum: In 2019, I was working with students who had dropped out of school or were homeschooled, in a bilingual learning group, … Read more

Where to Take Online Photography Classes

Whether you’re a brand new photographer who is eager to take their first shots or you’re an intermediate photographer who wants to level up on their skills, online classes can act as just the thing to make you even better with your camera. These five online photography courses will teach you lighting, software, and even … Read more

Top 5 Tips to Writing Great College Papers

College is a one time opportunity for most of the young people and graduating with a good grade is their ultimate goal. But college assignments aren’t a welcome task for most learners. Research papers have especially proved to be a demanding practice given the rigorous nature of writing assignments that students get bombarded with. And … Read more