Educators are often on the lookout for professional development opportunities to keep relevant and help deliver effective and engaging lessons in a supportive, student-centred environment. For many of us, schools and institutions offer several PD options throughout the year or on an ongoing basis through dedicated training departments. Such opportunities blend well with the specific needs of a school

Students learn better when they are interacting with the learning subject; answering questions, playing a game or annotating and moving objects. So, here is a great tool to spice up your course. BookWidgets provides an effortless way to create interactive learning activities that can be used during the class or as formative assessments after the

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    ​As the end of the term draws near, it’s important to get students to start reviewing content and identifying gaps early before the exam period starts.       Nearpod can be used to help students review content in an engaging manner. The teacher can create a Student-Paced Nearpod lesson that students can

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Are you looking to foster social learning, unlock learners’ potential and deepen pedagogical impact? Is it getting a little boring in the class and are you looking to add some fun to learning? If so, then Kahoot! is your go-to tool!   Kahoot! enables you to easily create an engaging formative quiz whereby students compete

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With eLearning on the rise and showing no signs of stopping in the near or distant future, many instructors are looking for solutions to incorporate eLearning into their teaching strategies. A number of programs exist to help them do just that but, unfortunately, several are costly and can be difficult and time-consuming to learn. One

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The 2nd volume of eLearning in Action Conference Presentation articles, is to be published in August, 2013: now calling for conference abstract submissions.   The deadline for conference abstracts will be November 15, 2012 (very soon, so get your abstract in now!). While the presentations and subsequent articles need to be supported by relevant academic

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