Finding Your Entry Point to Mastery Learning

I receive some emails every week from educators who want to know how to start the path to qualifying education. The demand for resilience to epidemics has fueled these calls for help. Most everyone has read the Competency Works blog, they have dealt with some of the books they have written, they have studied different … Read more Finding Your Entry Point to Mastery Learning

The Top 6 Trends in Education for 2020

This is the beginning of a new decade. This means that now is the time to come up with new goals, try new technologies, and keep up with the latest tech trends. We have made our predictions over the years. In anticipation of what is to come in the new year, we are highlighting 6 … Read more The Top 6 Trends in Education for 2020

What Will We Be Reading This Year?

While it’s hard to know what’s on the horizon, these are topics we know we’ll think about in 2020. Immigration – and welcoming newcomers Although the story of migration is a human one, in recent years it has become a controversial political issue. In the United States, classroom statistics have changed dramatically, teachers are struggling … Read more What Will We Be Reading This Year?

Vitamin A boosts fat burning in cold conditions

A recent study by a research team led by Florian Kefer of the Madonna Vienna Division of Endocrinology and Metabolism found that high cold temperatures increase vitamin A levels in humans and mice. This helps convert “bad” white adipose tissue into “good brown” brown adipose tissue, which stimulates fat burning and heat generation. This “fat … Read more Vitamin A boosts fat burning in cold conditions

A drop in temperature

In almost two centuries since the German physician Karl Wonder Leach established the body temperature as “normal” at 98.6 ° F, parents and physicians have used it equally as a measure – and often the disease. Intensity of – Estimate However, over time, and in recent years, lower body temperatures have been widely reported in … Read more A drop in temperature

Vitamin D levels during pregnancy linked with child IQ

Vitamin D is an important nutrient and has many important functions in the body. The mother’s vitamin D supply to her uterus in utero and helps regulate the process, including brain development, according to a study published today in the Journal of Nutrition. Levels are linked to their children’s IQ, suggesting that high levels of … Read more Vitamin D levels during pregnancy linked with child IQ

20 Questions To Clarify Your Teaching For 2021

  Who knows where education is going, but it is not impossible to ask some questions that can guide this evolution. Next, the following is a collection of complete subjective observations. Well, I don’t think that’s entirely subjective. Or no more. We all see what we will see and interpret how we will do it. … Read more 20 Questions To Clarify Your Teaching For 2021

Mobile Learning Should Disrupt What ‘School’ Is

In education, we think of mobile learning as we do in classrooms with tablets and smartphones. And that’s part of it. Students can’t free themselves from the desk is an extraordinary development that brings with it all kinds of possibilities. So far, the benefits of mobile learning have been largely personal. For students who can … Read more Mobile Learning Should Disrupt What ‘School’ Is

The Seven Most Important Fitness Trends for the Year 2021

Corona epidemic has shaken the fitness industry. Instead of “higher, faster, more” in the field of the future, the future will look at health trends, holistic offers and especially expertise in risk groups such as clients. We present seven most important fitness trends for the year 2021. “Fitness in Time Corona” is the title of … Read more The Seven Most Important Fitness Trends for the Year 2021

Recent Trends in K-12 Education

The evolution of computers and the Internet has accelerated dramatically in recent years. A computer that filled an entire building in 1965 has almost as much computing power as a modern-day cell phone. Most popular forms of media, such as TV, radio, and print, are slowly being pushed along the Internet. Everything seems to have … Read more Recent Trends in K-12 Education