Education Trends

Education Trends

Soft skills in education: foster your students’ working future

Your students’ working future starts in your classes. Shape their soft skills and foster their professional abilities to get them ready to shift from education to the job world.

Flipped learning in remote education: turn your virtual classes upside down

Turn your virtual classes upside down with flipped learning. Remote education gives you the perfect chance to implement this methodological approach.

Gamification in education: rewards and improvement-based learning

From rewards and improvement-based learning: discover the benefits of implementing gamification in education.

Nano learning and remote education: an effective resource for teachers

Exploring the possibilities offered by nano learning as an effective resource for teachers in the era of remote education.

What will be the EdTech Trends in 2021?

Blended Learning, accessibility, new and more immersive modes of multimedia learning are the hottest EdTech trends for the upcoming year.

Augmenting STEM learning with Cleverbooks: the schools of tomorrow

If you are an Augmented Reality enthusiast and/or a teacher dealing with remote learning, discover how Cleverbooks can help educators enhance STEAM education with AR.

The key role of Digital Libraries in a blended learning environment

Explore the benefits of a digital library as a Blended Learning tool and what teachers can do to help make the most of such an invaluable resource.

How teachers can help pupils to reduce cybersecurity risks

Online learning means spending more time on the Internet than ever: that is why cybersecurity needs to be a part of education.

5 main benefits of STEAM Education

Science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics: together, they make STEAM Education the best way to bring all of human knowledge together.

Why fostering creativity is so important and how EdTech can help

Creativity is not all about art: find out how using the latest edtech resources to teach creative problem solving produces not only better students, but better people.