Developing an economy based on knowledge and innovation is one of the main guidelines of Europe 2020 Strategy. The French institution Paris Sciences & Lettres presents its project launched in partnership with Domoscio.
The French General inspectorate of social affairs (IGAS) published in March 2017 its report “The digital transformation in corporate education”. Domoscio is mentioned for its Adaptive Learning solutions.
It starts with enthusiasm and it ends in attrition. When students decide to enroll in Massive Open Online Courses, the expectations are high, as well as the motivation. Yet, many students tend to drop out early and fail to complete the courses. But why is that the case? Here is how you can make your MOOC successful!
E-learning not only entered the classrooms of schools and universities but also became popular in vocational training. In comparison to traditional class coaching, e-learning brings along several advantages, like its wide accessibility. Which other expectations does e-learning fulfill?
Use technology to leverage a high reach.
By supporting teachers and providing them with the essential tools to implement deeper learning methods, teachers and instructors get the opportunity to exchange experience and information with each other. This way, instructors are more powerful and effective compared to an individual work style. Sharing experience prevents colleagues from making the same mistakes or shows how to be more productive and thus can save time and energy. This connectivity can be an enormous change in our existing learning environment. Furthermore, by using additional tools like analytical programs, instructors can monitor their students, see their progress and have insights on how effective their training methods are.
Coordinating the training and development with business needs is one core challenge which both global HR directors and training managers have in common. As a matter of fact, the education and training methods have to be adapted to our modern and fast-paced environment in order to provide a visible impact for the business.
For the last 5 years there has been a lot going on in the education sector and more largely in the learning field. We are talking about MOOC, flip classroom, peer-to-peer… and others; it is also about adaptive learning, cognitive science, blended-learning and mobile learning; and let’s not forget all the marketplaces of content and services. Investments of $2,4 billion in 2014 and $6.5 billion in 2015 confirm these trends, that includes acquisitions like Lynda by Linkedin for example.