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Successful Authentic Learning Doesn’t Stop When Learning Moves Online

In this season of forced online instruction, recent debates about the value of online versus face-to-face learning generally miss the point.  Learning environments themselves, whether face-to-face classrooms or asynchronous online courses, are relatively neutral with...

The Anatomy of a TEL Course [Infographic]

Online courses run the gamut from 10 minutes of a talking head video from a subject matter expert (or someone who thinks they are a subject matter expert) to a rigorous college-level course that requires dozens of hours of reviewing, analyzing, and explaining the...

Agile Curriculum for Tough Times: Adapting Experiential Learning to an Online Environment [Webinar]

Since the dawn of online learning, the biggest critique is that an online environment can't support robust learning experiences for students. TEL Education recently piloted three courses using an experiential learning framework to provide project and portfolio-based...

What an Experience! Follow-up Notes from Our First Annual Experiential Learning Conference

It’s always fun to do something for the first time, and that’s the attitude we took throughout the planning and launch of our first Experiential Learning Conference this month. Experiential Learning is a core part of our curriculum and learning design at TEL, and our...

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