Tag: JW Marshall
But how do EdTech companies go global, and what challenges do they face?
As public education enters 2021, the same challenges persist, and these weren’t simply the result of the pandemic. The actuality of the K12 ecosystem already had plenty of inequity, both socially and digitally
Today, online learning isn’t just an option—it’s a way of life—with microlearning the future of eLearning in academia, corporate learning and life.
JW Marshall, Host, Voices of eLearning connected with Rhonda Ashburn, Executive Director, AFSA Education Foundation to discuss the major gap in financial education in schools.
This week Dr. James P. Barber joins the show to discuss the five ways educators can help students integrate learning.
On this episode of Voices of eLearning, host J.W. Marshall explores the types of funding currently available for EdTech entrepreneurs.
The pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the way teachers engage with students, but also created a unique opportunity for teachers to leverage remote classrooms to improve teaching effectiveness.
Manning and Johnson both agree that the biggest challenge educators face is taking an in-person class and redesigning it for virtual learning.
This week on the Voices of eLearning, Michael Roseman talks about the state of mental health in K-12 before and after COVID-19.
Panasonic’s Darryl Krall outlines how the company’s long history in education has prepared it to help educators and students thrive during this time of accelerated change.
On this special episode of the Voices of eLearning podcast, experts from around the industry lent their insights to questions from the show’s audience to deliver a look at the state of the rapidly shifting...
By 2025, the number of traditional high school graduates going to college will be less. How do they find more students? Working adult learners.
JW was joined by Ron Stefanski, Executive director of sales and marketing for Centric Learning, to talk about project-based learning and its future in a blended educational system.
A recent study found that 47% of children drop out of school because they don’t see the value of their education.
What are the key features to a successful online learning portal that will authentically help children reach critical benchmarks? “Voices of E-learning,” explores this question with guest Raj Valli, CEO of Thinkster.
When it comes to the art of instructional education, Merrill’s first principles are the golden rules for success. They’re a sort of set of instructions for instructors, in a way.
Host JW asked for Brady’s thoughts about the future of education and how micro-credentialing fits into it.
Somi Arian joins the Voices of eLearning to discuss the necessity of developing useful content with valuable thought leadership.
Harris Goodman joins the Voices of eLearning podcast to discuss the role of extended learning in advancing your career opportunities.
The "Voices of eLearning" Podcast provides business leaders with insights into current and future trends in eLearning. The "voices" on this show will include business leaders from a wide range of industries, eLearning professional