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Making the Jump from Education to the Corporate World

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  About 17 percent of teachers leave the field in their first five years, according to a federal study from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Read more

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Recognizing the Value of the Skilled Trades
February 1, 2023

People value skilled trades for the everyday necessities they bring to life. From plumbing to electrical, machinists, and construction, trades play a vital role worldwide. They make the world happen. Unfortunately, there is a growing gap in the skilled trades workforce, despite high wages, employer-funded training, readily available positions, and the opportunity to apply […]

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Inflation Rates Ease, But Long-Term Contracts Keep Prices High
February 1, 2023

With inflation rates easing and shipping costs dropping along with several commodities (not eggs), consumers may be wondering why they haven’t seen a noticeable price difference yet. Blame it on supplier contracts. A typical procurement practice is shoring up supplier contracts in advance, which means prices could hold for several months. The longer high prices […]

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The Trend of Procuring Online Education Intervention Solutions
February 1, 2023

Education systems that have taken a metered approach towards spending for instruction materials are also using this methodology to procure online education intervention solutions. Estimates put the overall global Online Tutoring Market at 6.52 Billion in 2021, and experts believe that number could reach over 19 Billion a year by 2030. And while online […]

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Making the Jump from Education to the Corporate World
December 15, 2022

About 17 percent of teachers leave the field in their first five years, according to a federal study from the U.S. Department of Education’s National Center for Educational Statistics, says EdSource. In a world where job changes are commonplace, that may not come as a surprise. But where are these teachers headed and how […]

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An Educator’s Path to Understanding Consciousness in Teaching
July 28, 2022

In a new segment of the podcast “Voices of eLearning,” hosts J.W. Marshall and Leena Saleh talked with author and educator Komal Shah, about her book titled “Raise Your Hand! A Call for Consciousness in Education,” and the consulting advice she had for educators who desired how they could incorporate consciousness into their classrooms. […]

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InfoComm 2021: USC Invested in the Cloud During COVID. Will it Pay Off Long-Term?
November 1, 2021

Universities have made some sweeping changes and added new capabilities to their offerings after the pandemic forced most schools to adapt. Now networks and systems are preparing to support hybrid and in-person learning, as well as synchronous and asynchronous choices for nontraditional students. While at this year’s InfoComm, we asked Lex Peters, UX Designer […]

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What Role Should Inquiry-Based Learning Play in Classroom Strategies
August 30, 2021

As teachers face varying pressures on how to retool their classroom strategies, what role should inquiry-based learning play among other teaching and technology strategies? Tyler Kern pitched this question to the owner of 3 independent pre-schools, Carmelo Piazza, to get his perspective. Follow us on social media for the latest updates in B2B! Twitter – @MarketScale […]

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How Science Educators can Use Software in Remote and Hybrid Classrooms
January 12, 2021

Educators in science and engineering have traditionally relied on in-person experiments for teaching. Laboratory experiments introduce students to the real-life work of scientists and engineers, teach them concepts through trial and error, and show them how the theories they learn in class translate into real-world phenomena: chemical reactions, biological processes, physical actions, and reactions. Understandably, […]

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10 Best Practices for Effective Online Learning
January 6, 2021

Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Relay Graduate School of Education runs an online campus alongside  in-person campuses and came up with 10 practical tips from their veteran online faculty to support those making the switch to the online environment for live online learning instruction. 1. Prepare links […]

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10 Best Practices for Effective Online Learning
January 6, 2021

Switching from teaching in-person to teaching online presents both unique challenges and opportunities. Relay Graduate School of Education runs an online campus alongside  in-person campuses and came up with 10 practical tips from their veteran online faculty to support those making the switch to the online environment for live online learning instruction. 1. Prepare links […]

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16 Predictions for Higher-Ed Technology in 2021
January 5, 2021

When we posted our 2020 predictions on January 1 last year, we–along with the majority of the world–definitely didn’t anticipate the curveball that was (and continues to be) the global COVID-19 pandemic. 2020 has been called a dumpster fire, the worst year in recent memory, and more. While online learning was already growing in popularity in higher […]

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Virtual Reality is a Natural Next Step in Remote Learning
September 30, 2020

In the midst of the fall term during the COVID-19 pandemic, some U.S. universities are continuing the shift to remote learning while other colleges are only allowing 40-60 percent of students on campus. Regardless, it is a certainty that many of the nation’s 19.7 million college and university students will be learning remotely for the […]

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