Tag: virtual learning environment
Future Classroom
4th May 2016, by , in Blog
To imagine how different the future classroom might look, we need only think about the classroom ten years ago. What was so different in 2006? There were no tablets – and mobile technology was seen as an unnecessary distraction from learning. Learning platforms were, relatively, in their infancy. Personalised learning had only just been featured in...
COBIS-Annual-Conference
27th April 2016, by , in Blog
From the 7th to the 9th of May Titus Learning will be attending the COBIS Annual Conference at the InterContinental London, The O2, Greenwich – you’ll find us at Stand 67 in the main exhibition hall. The COBIS Annual Conference is attended by Principals, Headteachers, Governors and Senior Managers from British International Schools worldwide as well as representatives...
E-Learning Resources
22nd April 2016, by , in Blog
The internet has made finding resources easier – but there’s so much choice! Where should you go for the best e-learning resources? How many websites will you need to trawl through before you find something worth using? To help you find great resources to use in your classroom – and to use in your e-learning...
Personalised learning
14th April 2016, by , in Blog
The most amazing – and challenging – thing about the human brain is that every single one is different. No two brains are exactly the same. Why challenging? Well, from a teacher’s point of view, you have one, two, possibly three dozen brains all taking in the information you provide in every class. And the...
moodle-hot-potato
13th April 2016, by , in Blog
The fifth session in our free Moodle training programme will take place on Weds 20th April at 8:00 am GMT, with the same session repeated at 4:00pm GMT. This session will address using the Hot Potatoes plugin for Moodle to create advanced quizzes. If you would like to attend either session, just visit the appropriate link below...
cyberbullying
7th April 2016, by , in Blog
Cyberbullying is a worrying problem in schools – and it’s growing. According to the i-SAFE foundation, over half of adolescents and teens have been bullied online, one in three have experienced cyber threats online – and, even more worryingly, of those young people who are victims, over half do not tell their parents about it. Social...
Moodle Theme Design
30th March 2016, by , in Blog
If your Moodle is to engage learners, it needs to look good. You need to make sure your Moodle theme is eye-catching, is easy to navigate around, and conveys your school’s message or ethos. So you need a Moodle theme designer that can deliver the goods. We’ve put together this short guide to finding the...
Moodle hosting provider
23rd March 2016, by , in Blog
If you want to choose the best Moodle hosting provider for your needs, you need to make sure you do your homework. In the second of a series of guides to finding the right Moodle services for you, we’re taking a look at hosting. Choosing the right hosting company may be way down on your list of...
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16th March 2016, by , in Blog
Choosing the right Moodle training provider is vital. If you want to realise the full potential of Moodle within your school, it’s essential for all relevant staff to get up to speed before your Moodle is launched, and to keep abreast of developments along the way. With key Moodle knowledge gleaned from good training, you can be...
iphone_working
4th March 2016, by , in Blog
It has been a hot topic among teachers for many years – should mobile technology be used in the classroom? It used to be a rule that mobile phones must be switched off to avoid distractions, however increasingly mobile technology is being embraced by schools as part of the learning process. To an extent the...

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