Education, as with other industries, has evolved in leaps and bounds in recent years. Traditional pedagogical techniques, based on a teacher explaining a topic and students taking notes, may still be useful on occasion, but education today revolves more around encouraging the student to awaken their curiosity and desire to… Read More
When audiences first watched the movie Back to the Future, they journeyed from the then-present-day of 1985 to the “future” of 21 October 2015. Now that the moment has been and gone, we thought we’d do a little time traveling of our own… Imagine the following scenario: You have an… Read More
If you spend time hanging around education blogs and social networks, you will have noticed the rising number of elearning trends out there, most of which claiming that they are the ‘ultimate’ one. In this context, it might be difficult to separate the wheat from the chaff and select the… Read More
Today we are excited to announce the start of a new blog series “ExamTime Study Hacks”. In this first article we share some key benefits of Online Quizzes Vs. Offline Quizzes.
1. Randomized AnswersAlthough teachers will try to avoid it, when they prepare a test with multiple choice answers, … Read More
Much has been talked about in the last month and a half on the decision of Finland, the leading country in education, to remove cursive writing in schools from 2016 onwards. Teachers and education experts of all levels have debated the implications of this decision and the possibility of replicating… Read More
There are countless education blogs worldwide focusing on elearning concepts, ed tech tools and digital learning practices. Within this thriving community, there is a core group of innovators who are driving the education trends teachers are trying in their classrooms today. We highlight some of the top education bloggers who… Read More
One of your teaching goals this year may be to discover new ways to incorporate technology in education and we’ve got just the thing to help you achieve this with our free teacher guide. Moving towards classroom 2.0 can enhance student’s learning experience and allow you to connect with the… Read More
In this article I am going to try and avoid all those back to school clichés that so many of you are sick of. Instead, I want to offer you 6 simple back to school tips that worked for me and that I believe will help you this semester one… Read More
This is a student story from Ruby Duggan, who spent a few weeks with us at ExamTime HQ as a summer intern. She describes her journey with education after moving from Ireland to America half-way through high school.
From Dublin to SeattleLate in the summer of 2012, my family… Read More
When you graduated from high school and started attending college, you turned a new page in your life. In fact, the stress starts manifesting itself before you even get accepted to college. Most students experience the period of college admissions as the most stressful time in their lives. In simpler… Read More