How do you develop a professional career? I'm sure you've asked yourself this question on more than one occasion and the answer lies in ongoing training, adding value and the ability to adapt to change.
Social norms, prejudices and expectations limit women's interests and determine their life choices from the earliest stages. Only 35% of women choose science-related degrees. Is there a solution? For many experts, the answer lies in promoting STEM education.
Transforming your professional outlook can be quick and easy thanks to bootcamps. We are talking about specialised intensive training that covers different branches of the digital sector. It lasts for around two months on average, has a practical focus, and seeks to cover employers' demand for labour. In addition, it does not require previous qualifications.
In years gone by, remote learning was the ugly duckling of higher education, and considered a less prestigious method than classroom-based courses. Nowadays, online learning has become the method of choice for millions of people because it is flexible, has no geographic barriers and gives access to wider range of courses.
Nanodegrees are revolutionising the world of training and access to cutting-edge jobs on a global scale. These collaborative and customisable courses focus on skills rather than knowledge, and, thanks to ICT, are democratising education.
The outlook for teachers around the world today is highly complex. Every day they face the challenge of engaging students who are different from those of the past and do not respond to the same stimuli, partly due to the influence of new technologies. To capture their attention, it is necessary to understand how the human brain works during learning, and this is where neurodidactics comes into play.