How do you give your best at key moments? It's not an easy task, but there are a number of ways you can improve your performance. Eliminating distractions, planning every day well and being proactive are some of them.
Digitisation has revolutionised education, enabling students to learn from anywhere. During the COVID-19 pandemic this has become fundamental and has reopened the debate on the educational model, making teachers and students ask themselves the following question: Has the time come to opt for a blended learning model?
Alongside the digital revolution, the education sector has seen far-reaching changes in the last decade, creating a new reality in classrooms. Along with a boom in Educational Technology (EdTech), an infinite number of tools and applications have emerged and have become part of students' and teachers' daily lives. They are tools capable of providing students with tailor-made learning experiences.
Digital intelligence is essential in a world that is riding on the back of digitalisation. This is why developing skills and competencies related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), which goes far beyond knowing how to use a smartphone or a tablet, must be one of the priorities for society in general and for the education sector in particular.
The COVID-19 health crisis has taken its toll on all kinds of fields, including education. As a result, thousands of children are having to learn outside the classroom. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has come a long way in the last few years and made it all possible, but it comes with pros and cons.
Returning to work after a holiday is never easy, but this year, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be even more of an uphill struggle. Here are some tips to avoid the post-holiday blues whether you are remote working or returning to the office. If you are one of the latter, don't forget to follow a series of recommendations to minimise the risk of infection!