Tip of the Week: Combating Procrastination

Procrastination is often considered to be the product of laziness; when you don’t have the motivation to do something, you simply don’t do it. The fact is, procrastination is considerably more complicated than this common preconception. After carefully researching this psychological phenomenon, experts concluded that procrastination is often the result of a lack of motivation,Continue reading “Tip of the Week: Combating Procrastination”

The Importance of Visual Learning

When teaching in a virtual environment, incorporating visual aids into your lessons is now more helpful and important than ever before. Sometimes technical difficulties can prevent spoken information being clearly heard and understood, but this can be mitigated with the thoughtful use of visuals to guide a student’s understanding of the material. Inside and outsideContinue reading “The Importance of Visual Learning”

Navigating Time Management

The Academy of Management Journal published a study showing that successful time management can lead to “critical outcomes in well-being and job performance” (Aoen and Aguinis 2017). In an era of our lives when motivation can be lacking, effective time management may save the day. Whether you spend hours in front of a screen attemptingContinue reading “Navigating Time Management”

Tip of the Week: How to Maximize Your Viewer’s Learning Experience

Despite the whole world moving to increasingly-virtual learning experiences, it can be hard to adjust to teaching online. Even for those who have had experience with online learning, there is always room to improve. Drawing on our experience and research, we have compiled tips from a variety of subject experts on how to best captureContinue reading “Tip of the Week: How to Maximize Your Viewer’s Learning Experience”