Micro-learning courses focus on one concept or skill at a time. This way learners can choose which ideas and techniques will help them achieve their goals.
The following ten tips address the challenges of adapting a brick and mortar workplace to a remote environment during the Coronavirus crisis.
Video-based learning can be used by your staff to reach students across a range of disciplines. Faculty is able to use content to fuel lively talks on current topics.
Six steps to finding your perfect match. Choosing the best curriculum developer for you may take a little time, but it’s worth it.
Designing a new curriculum is not quite like the adage, “A journey of a thousand steps begins with the first.” Sure, the curriculum designing process has many steps. But at the beginning of designing a new curriculum, the last step is the focus: Measuring its success.
A Pass is proud and happy to announce our new Chief Operating Officer, Lynsey Peterson. Prior to becoming our COO, Lynsey worked as VP of Content Development and Director of Science and Mathematics. She first joined A Pass in 2012 as a Developmental and Lead Editor for Science assessment items. During her time at A Pass, she has directed the development of materials for a variety of projects, ranging from technology-enhanced assessment items to multi-faceted course development. She has many years of experience managing teams of content developers and oversaw the growth of first the STEM department and then the content development department. Before working with A Pass, Lynsey spent three years writing science assessment and instructional content for several major educational content companies. Her background in education began during her eight years as a science teacher for grades 8-12, where she worked to map content to standards and create custom curricula for courses. Lynsey worked in various countries including England, Spain, and Costa Rica, and conducted research in plant ecology while earning her BS in [...]
Blended learning is a mix of face-to-face instruction and online learning. Often modular in design, blended learning uses a range of learning items from video to online courses.
Mobile learning is more than a trend, it’s primed to grow. Don’t fret: your investment in eLearning is about to pay off. mLearning is a natural extension of eLearning. Here is why mobile learning primed to take off.