30 janvier 2020

Digital Learning Trends That Have Changed Way Companies Up Skill Employees In 2019

Techno-News BlogIn the modern workplace ‘new skills’ are the most in-demand currency. With jobs becoming specialized, rapid automation, digitization and other technologies disrupting traditional roles, effective talent management and upskilling of employees are a must. More...

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16 janvier 2020

The UK’s digital skills deficit – is the tide starting to turn?

Techno-News BlogBut even as the UK is fast becoming the technology centre of Europe, companies are struggling to recruit the talent needed to keep pace with the rate of innovation. More...

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HR in 2020: Reskilling Goes Into Overdrive

Techno-News BlogTo say that corporate reskilling efforts are important would be an understatement. Billion-dollar retraining programs and on-site corporate colleges have become a reality. More...

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12 Proactive Actions Employees Can Take To Sharpen Skills Outside of Work

Techno-News BlogThe best companies provide training for their employees to help them perform their jobs better. However, the sad fact of the matter is that employers don’t always offer—or are even able to offer—time or resources for professional growth. More...

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15 janvier 2020

The 10 most in-demand soft skills to master if you want a raise, promotion or new job in 2020

Techno-News BlogIf you want to get ahead in your career in 2020, adopting a growth mindset should be at the top of your priority list. According to Udemy’s 2020 Workplace Learning Trends Report, a having a growth mindset — or the ability to continue learning in order to adapt to change — was ranked as the most important soft skill for career success. More...

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UC Berkeley Uses VR to Teach Interpersonal Skills

Techno-News BlogAt the University of California, Berkeley, learners can hone their leadership and interpersonal skills through a virtual reality environment designed to help people navigate a global and multicultural workplace. More...

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Developing and Assessing Undergraduate Students' Moral Reasoning Skills

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. Developing and Assessing Undergraduate Students' Moral Reasoning Skills
I'm including this paper because I enjoyed it - that must be the philosopher in me coming out, even though I am not deeply into moral philosophy. The teaching of moral philosophy, on the other hand, is something that catches my interest, because it raises the question of how we address a topic in which there is no 'right answer'. The author fails to find progress in 'moral reasoning' after teaching the course the standard way, by surveying the usual variety of moral philosophies. More...

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13 janvier 2020

Analysis of Local Skills Gaps

HomeBy Paul Fain. A new report seeks to give a localized view of mismatches between job seekers' skills and those sought by employers. More...

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Feds Drop Experiment on Competency-Based Ed

HomeBy Paul Fain. The U.S. Department of Education has discontinued experiments on the disbursement of federal aid in competency-based education programs and ones that are a hybrid of competency-based and traditional academic programs. More...

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11 janvier 2020

Better Data on Competency-Based Education

HomeMore information about what works in competency-based programs is needed to inform policy and encourage the growth of this promising form of postsecondary education, writes Charla Long. More...

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