The Best Dragon Books for the Classroom

Who can resist the lure of a dragon? Magical, powerful, and beautiful, the mysterious creatures appear in many children’s stories and fairy tales for a reason: They’re really cool! This list includes books featuring dragons to appeal to kids who love adventurous, dramatic tales, as well as readers who like their dragons to be more … Read more

The Best Beverly Cleary Books for the Classroom

Ramona Quimby. Henry Huggins. Ralph S. Mouse. Beverly Cleary created unforgettable characters who have continued to find new fans long after their books first hit shelves. Cleary died in 2021 at age 104, having sold more than 91 million copies of her books—and counting. In addition to winning several prestigious writing awards, Cleary also was … Read more

How To Recruit Skilled Maintenance Workers

5 Ways To Recruit And Retain Maintenance Workers The global maintenance market is enormous—it’s expected to reach a value of $1.548 trillion with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7% by 2023. An industry as large and diverse in its scope as maintenance clearly requires a significant amount of skilled talent . However securing … Read more

25 Fantastic Free Fourth Grade Math Games

Fourth grade math brings lots of new challenges, like division with remainders and decimals. Kids also spend a lot of time with fractions and place value. Teach all these concepts and more with these free and fun fourth grade math games! 1. Make division fun with Remainders Wanted Fourth grade math students learn to divide … Read more

Interactivity Of The Mind In eLearning

Why You Should Design An Engaging Learning Program Just to be gender-neutral, Aristotle might have put his famous words differently today: “humans are interactive animals.” Indeed, we need to interact to be happy, to grow, and to learn. Yet, when it comes to workplace learning, how are we using interaction? Understanding Interactions Way back in … Read more

Realistic Fiction Books for the Classroom

Finding books for 11 to 14-year-olds can be tricky. They are often a bit too old for chapter books or some “middle grade” titles but still too young for the darker or more mature content of many YA books. That’s where realistic fiction books come in. These stories give young readers “all the feel” and … Read more

Closing The Skills Gap: The Role Of The CLO

Why Universities Need Chief Learning Officers According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics Employment, the labor demand for software developers, quality assurance analysts, and testers is projected to grow by 22% from 2020 to 2030, much faster than the average for all occupations. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics also indicates that, by 2026, … Read more

eLearning In Education: Evolving Roles

Digital Transformation Accelerated With eLearning Virtual learning or eLearning has been a part of the education sector for a few years now. But after the COVID-19 pandemic, the culture of eLearning saw a boost in its expansion. In countries like the USA, the UK, India, and others, eLearning became the new normal and kept students … Read more