Thursday, November 29, 2012

Presenting Dry Information with Interactive Pyramids

Most of us would have heard of Management Processes such as Procurement Management, Scope Management. But, how many of us remember about it? We must have read it in our books in textual format, which is usually once read and then lost. Now, you can experience a visually fascinating way of presenting the same information with interactive and engaging pyramids.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Raptivity Speaking on Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment in Dubai

Raptivity is participating in The Training & Development Show, Dubai, UAE from 4-5 December, 2012. Vinod Ganjoo, Sr. Manager - Business Development of Harbinger Knowledge Products will be presenting on the topic, "Using Ad-hoc Social Learning Environment for Leadership Development Program". The Training & Development Show will be covering latest topics in HR, Training and Workforce Development.

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Get yourself trained by Experts for Live Online Training

Every content creator’s goal is to engage their audience with the most compelling and edutaining content. Developing live and online training has its own pre-requisites. If you are unsure of where to start and discouraged with typical web platform interaction options then Raptivity is here to help you.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Presentation does matter!

We talk about evoking high content retention among the learners. It’s truly important beFlip the calendar interactivity samplecause effective learning happens only when a learner can show it easily. However, we should also realize and accept this fact that we retain visually presented information much better than written text.

There is a strong acceptance amongst educators that involving and engaging learners is of prime importance to achieve the desired learning outcome. In short,

Friday, November 16, 2012

Best Use of Technology

Nadine Jeffers was the speaker at a recently held Raptivity Games Show Webinar. She shared with the attendees some very interesting stuff on how to gauge the best technology to use in creating interactive games for early childhood development.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Instructional Design Pointers shared by Nadine Jeffers

Recently, Raptivity had organized a Games Show Webinar where Nadine Jeffers shared some vital pointers on designing instructionally sound interactivity using raptivity. A gist of these points

Monday, November 12, 2012

Recap – Games Show Webinar

The games show extravaganza held on November 8th, 2012 was commendable. Game show experts like Nadine Jeffers provided very intuitive information on the basics and aesthetics of game building for early childhood development. The role games play in every child’s life was well explained. The hosts Jamaica Bracken & Janhavi Padture got the ball rolling with fun games like Mine the Gold, Million Dollars Quiz and varied samples created by users of Raptivity.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Teachers’ Focus on Learning

Teachers face challenges on many fronts. To name a few: changing technology, increase in the amount of information to disseminate, engagement and active participation of students, etc. Course content is shared through various mediums even within the conventional classroom. In addition to this, the number of learners’ using mobile devices for taking their courses is also on the rise.

quality interactive presentations which I am able to use while teaching online or face to face. As a teacher, I am convinced that Raptivity is particularity important to teachers. Teachers generally can dedicate little time for learning complicated programs on top of their other duties. Raptivity, being very easy to use and simple, just fits into their needs perfectly.”

I would highly recommend you to try Raptivity yourself. With this software, teachers’ have all the time to focus on learning than technology. You could check out some interactivity samples by clicking on the image below.

Mathematics QuizLet me know your views on how teacher’s focus on learning.