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Pillar 4: How to Ensure College Students are Learning for a Guided Pathway 

Pillar 4: How to Ensure College Students are Learning for a Guided Pathway 

College administrators know clear learning outcomes are the foundation of a good, guided pathway program. Students must know what they are signing up to learn how to do. Instructors must know what to teach. Clear learning objectives let colleges measure students’ learning. Clear learning objectives can be tested. They align with the key competencies that students will need to demonstrate on the job.

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Pillar 3: 5 Ways to Keep College Students on a Guided Pathway

Pillar 3: 5 Ways to Keep College Students on a Guided Pathway

Institutions invest a lot of time and money to create a guided pathway program. Still, the work does not stop once the students are enrolled in the program. Faculty and administration must partner together to supply the guardrails that keep students on the path.

Yet, today’s students face many obstacles and challenges in completing a quality education. Administrators face challenges to make sure that the students get the education that they need on a guided pathway. Yet, colleges can help students stay on the path by doing the following.

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Pillar 2: A Dean’s Second Step to Lead College Students to Select and Enter a Guided Pathway

Pillar 2: A Dean’s Second Step to Lead College Students to Select and Enter a Guided Pathway

The Building Momentum, SENSE survey reports on average 44% of entering student respondents turn to their friends, family, or other students for their main source of advising. Only 74% say they chose a job or career before signing up for their classes. Sadly, this is a waste of time, energy, and student potential. This is a missed chance for schools to promote their guided pathway programs. The best way institutions can help get students on the path is to take time to clearly map out the path.

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K-12

Why Educational Publishers Are Expected to Use More Course Authoring Tools in the Future

Why Educational Publishers Are Expected to Use More Course Authoring Tools in the Future

The educational publishing scene continues to shift from paper materials. Leaders need to find a way to offset the decline in revenue from print products. To that end, a way to offset this loss from print products could be in digital product sales. Still, publishers shifting their team from a print-first workflow to a digital-first strategy takes strong leadership and time. Yet, the shift to digital textbooks will take years. Besides that, paper textbooks will not ever go away. As a result, leaders need a digital-first/print-second strategy. One of the first steps…

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5 Ways Educational Publishers Can Facilitate Social-Emotional Learning in K-12

5 Ways Educational Publishers Can Facilitate Social-Emotional Learning in K-12

After a year of lockdowns, teachers believe social-emotional learning is more important than ever. Educators know the benefits of social-emotional learning in the classroom. SEL aids academic achievement, creativity, citizenship, and workforce readiness in students. How can publishers help districts meet this growing need? Below are five ways publishers can help schools meet the needs of their students. First, a publisher can look at…

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Competency Based Education in K-12

Advantages and Disadvantages of Competency Based Education in K-12

Competency-based education has many plusses. Still, it is worth taking a moment to get to know what to expect from this plan. Yes, let’s talk about what competency-based education (CBE) is. Then, let’s dig into a few quick pros and cons. CBE focuses on the mastery of the subject and not how long it takes a learner to finish it. Competency-based education is popular in traditional hard skill careers, such as nursing and technical jobs.

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Curriculum Design

How to Develop Courses for Micro-learners

How to Develop Courses for Micro-learners

When you hear the words “Business Management 101,” you probably imagine four months of weekly classes and exams. If you signed up for this course, you would learn many concepts, but some of them may not apply to your specific learning needs. You would benefit from...

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5 Benefits of Video-Based Learning

5 Benefits of Video-Based Learning

No longer regulated to the clunky VHS players, video-based learning can be used by your staff to reach students across a range of disciplines. Faculty is able to use current content to fuel lively talks on current topics. Staff are able to get the following gains off...

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