Category: Educational contents and services

Large organisations are empowering middle managers to help people in their professional development and defining their own goals in terms of performance. These practices require coaching to help people in the short term and in the medium term.
In a recent meeting with people working in the education field I was asked, "Is the digital book going to end school failure?” I wish it was that easy. Obviously, the factors that determine school failure are so varied that moving a single piece on the board does not make
Structural gamification’s continual, real-time assessment of progress provides important information to both the learner and the administrators as learners complete portions of content, take quizzes to gauge knowledge acquisition and move toward the prescribed educational goals. The continual assessment of progress helps identify strengths and weaknesses.
Francisco Prior and Carlos San José give us an interview in which we unravel the new challenges and opportunities that publishing houses are facing.