Experts from Pro-Papers have written this article to give you the general idea of constructivism in education. Read More
How Can You Use Your Gym’s Content to Drive Lead Generation?
Although this article is written with fitness business owners and managers in mind, content creation is an important part of any organisation’s advertising and marketing strategy. There are a number of methods (channels to market) to publish your content to the world or, hopefully and more specifically, your target market. This can include newsletters, social… Read More
Controversy & Mediocrity…
“An organization which discourages controversy, encourages mediocrity.” Unknown
Learning Strategies: What Does Work?
I am an avid reader of the New Scientist and have a continuous thirst for learning new things. Last week the New Scientist combined the two with an article on learning strategies. Yesterday, I highlighted some of the “most common methods to boost learning [which] are surprisingly useless”, as noted by the New Scientist (2015,… Read More
Learning Strategies: What Doesn’t Work?
I am an avid reader of the New Scientist and have a continuous thirst for learning new things. Last week the New Scientist combined the two with an article on learning strategies. So, as highlighted in the New Scientist (2015, p.32), the “most common methods to boost learning [which] are surprisingly useless”, include: Highlighting and… Read More
Article: Education Produces No Effect Whatsoever!
An interesting article about the impact and differences between quality improvement and CPD from Kieran Walsh writing on the BMJ blog: “One of the latest thoughts to emanate from authorities in medical education is that investments in education will produce a tangible return on investment. The theory goes a bit like this: you invest in… Read More
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