Our aim is to design the most effective content for you,
Balancing teachers and technologies
It is based on mixing traditional training practices with e-learning strategies, in order to be able to choose the proper media for the specific topic. For instance, e-learning best suits for hard skills training, while soft skills require more interactions with people and can make better use of traditional channels.
It is the application of game mechanics, like achievement badges and leaderboards, to activities that have nothing to do with games, in order to achieve student’s involvement and increase knowledge retention.
The idea behind microlearning is to convey knowledge through a succession of small training pills, subdividing the content into micro topics (“chunks”) and resuming the same topic multiple times from various points of view.
It is a live, web-based video conference that connects through the Internet a teacher (or multiple teachers) to an audience of viewers and listeners from all over the world. It allows computer screens sharing for slideshows or demonstrations, co-host from other locations and interaction between teacher and participants.
It is an educational method basing on responses to questions, tasks and experiences, which uses computer algorithms to “adapt” resources and learning activities to the specific needs and cognitive abilities of each learner.
It is based on the premise that we are constantly learning from other people, by observing, asking questions and share knowledge resources. We also learn in informal ways from peers through social technologies, which makes learning quicker and easier. Social learning can be enhanced promoting interaction and communication among people, both face-to-face and through technology.
In addition to our cutting-edge training methods, we can create customized solutions designed to meet specific needs and requirements. Just give us a call* or write us an email* to talk to a member of our team.