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Targeting 6 Social Learning Needs in eLearning Environments

As an eLearning professional, you are in a unique position to facilitate learning transfer by:
Encouraging learners to see how they can use the course materials in a real-world context
Be sure to include plenty of practice into your eLearning courses—practices makes perfect! Incorporating a variety of real-world scenarios and examples in eLearning design
Remember, it’s not about what people know—it’s about what they can do with what they know!
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Targeting 6 Social Learning Needs in eLearning Environments

As an eLearning professional, you are in a unique position to facilitate learning transfer by:

  1. Encouraging learners to see how they can use the course materials in a real-world context
  2. Be sure to include plenty of practice into your eLearning courses—practices makes perfect! Incorporating a variety of real-world scenarios and examples in eLearning design
  3. Remember, it’s not about what people know—it’s about what they can do with what they know!
Stress-Management Techniques for Teachers

Experienced teachers say that the key is to stress-management is to be prepared, yet flexible as well as find a good work-life balance that works for you. Implementing stress-management techniques will not only make you happier and healthier, it will also make you a more effective teacher. The 10 Stress-Management Techniques for Teachers Infographic gives some advice on stress-management provided by experienced teachers.
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Stress-Management Techniques for Teachers

Experienced teachers say that the key is to stress-management is to be prepared, yet flexible as well as find a good work-life balance that works for you. Implementing stress-management techniques will not only make you happier and healthier, it will also make you a more effective teacher. The 10 Stress-Management Techniques for Teachers Infographic gives some advice on stress-management provided by experienced teachers.

Are College Students Really Obsessed With Technology?

Every year, the re:fuel agency College Explorer does a huge study among all types of students in the 18-24 and 25-34 year old age groups. You can see the full report by clicking here, but the key findings have been summed up in the handy infographic below that they’ve made to accompany the study. Keep reading and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what college students are looking like these days – in so many different aspects!
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Are College Students Really Obsessed With Technology?

Every year, the re:fuel agency College Explorer does a huge study among all types of students in the 18-24 and 25-34 year old age groups. You can see the full report by clicking here, but the key findings have been summed up in the handy infographic below that they’ve made to accompany the study. Keep reading and you’ll have a pretty good idea of what college students are looking like these days – in so many different aspects!

Most with college STEM degrees go to work in other fields

People with bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering and math are more likely than other college graduates to have a job, but most of them don’t work in STEM occupations, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released Thursday. 
Nearly 75 percent of all holders of bachelor’s degrees in STEM disciplines don’t have jobs in STEM occupations, according to a survey that reached 3.5 million homes, said Liana Christin Landivar, a sociologist with the Census Bureau. The bureau’s American Community Survey is the largest household survey in the nation. 
 About half of those who have degrees related to engineering, computers, math and statistics do get a STEM job, the survey found.

Check out the Census Bureau’s interactive tool High-res

Most with college STEM degrees go to work in other fields

People with bachelor’s degrees in science, technology, engineering and math are more likely than other college graduates to have a job, but most of them don’t work in STEM occupations, according to a U.S. Census Bureau report released Thursday.

Nearly 75 percent of all holders of bachelor’s degrees in STEM disciplines don’t have jobs in STEM occupations, according to a survey that reached 3.5 million homes, said Liana Christin Landivar, a sociologist with the Census Bureau. The bureau’s American Community Survey is the largest household survey in the nation.

About half of those who have degrees related to engineering, computers, math and statistics do get a STEM job, the survey found.

Check out the Census Bureau’s interactive tool