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  • Summative Assessments

    Summative Assessments

    Summative assessment is a tool to evaluate the student's learning throughout the academic year or a program that they are pursuing. The learning is compared against a set standard or benchmark. These assessments mostly have a high point value or carry the most weightage in the overall grade.

    Summative assessments indicate learning gaps between the student's knowledge and learning targets. 

  • Formative Assessments in Education and Training

    Formative Assessments in Education and Training

    Formative assessments in Education and Training take place throughout the learning process to monitor the student’s understanding during the process of learning. These assessments usually occur frequently, i.e. after every lesson, daily, weekly or monthly to improve student attainment. A good teacher always ensures that the students understand the concepts and clear any misconceptions. Formative assessments help the teachers to decide whether to reteach an old lesson or move forward to a new one.

  • Bloom's Taxonomy in Education and Training

    Bloom's Taxonomy in Education and Training

    Bloom’s taxonomy, known for its popularity in education and training, is widely used as a learning theory. Educationists use Bloom's taxonomy as a means to develop learning outcomes, assessments and student progress reports. The focus is not only to deliver the subject matter but also to give students an in-depth understanding of what is required of them to achieve.

  • What are Ethics in Education?

    What are Ethics in Education?

    Ethics are standards set for you to recognise your actions as right or wrong. It helps categorise discipline, honesty and integrity in our actions performed during the day. Acting as a guideline to influence behaviour and making the right choice, it is easier for individuals to abide by rules and act responsibly with ethics.

  • Stages of Teaching and Training Cycle

    Stages of Teaching and Training Cycle

    The teaching and training cycle can be described as an ongoing learning process for the continuous improvement of a training program.

    This is the initial stage where the training cycle starts. This step consists of research based on training need analysis where the trainer needs to identify the knowledge gap, special learning needs of the students and reflect individual differences. 

  • 10 Employability Skills

    10 Employability Skills

    Employability skills are soft skills that an individual can easily learn to become a good fit for a specific job or for an organisation. These skills can enable you to easily carry out daily tasks for the employer. Three pillars of employability skills are Knowledge, Skills and Attitude. To solve different situations at work, these assets can be utilised by your learners.

    Here are 10 employability skills and ways to use them to help your learners standout in interviews and the workplace.