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These days, many teachers are attempting to leverage eLearning tools and programs to help their students learn more effectively than ever before.
But eLearning tech doesn’t always take with kids immediately.
While eLearning can definitely be a challenge for kids, there are many things you can do to make the transition smooth.
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Does it seem like your time and money simply disappear over the course of a semester? Do you constantly lack time not only for studies but for family errands as well? Everyone can benefit from improving time and money management skills.
The time factor combined with the ability to allocate financial resources is critically important for students. No efficiency can be achieved if a learner struggles with prioritizing. No productivity can be reached if they are burdened with debts. Thus, here you have a few working tips on how to put your finances in order while learning to prioritize or delegate your tasks if needed.
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Gamification in the workplace refers to any number of digital technologies that are designed and implemented in order to motivate and teach employees, and increase productivity. Gamification typically makes use of online applications (although in-house proprietary ones are also developed and used) that provide employees with novel ways to learn about their roles, what is expected of them, and engage with their work.
In short, gamification is becoming widespread and very popular as an educational and motivational technique. Below are some of the most common instances of gamification in the workplace and why they are being used.