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ExoDexa’s Flagship Learning Game “The Last Explorer” is recognized by the EdTech Awards in their Learning Game/Simulation Category

We are so pleased to announce that we are finalists in The EdTech Awards 2022 for Games in the Learning/Simulation Solution Category! The Last Explorer is an Adaptive Learning game that can help children retain information about any topic. It’s extremely scalable and adaptable to different languages, topics and types of content. It currently includes… 

Help Your Child Develop Critical Thinking Skills

“Critical thinking” is a term that has received renewed interest, as a part of the “21st Century Skills” shortlist of the abilities that students of today should develop, in order to be successful citizens of the future. Critical Thinking is one of the Four C’s considered critical for learning:  Critical Thinking Collaboration Communication Creativity These… 

Google’s latest announcement puts traditional higher education behind the curve

Higher education has followed the same model for the last hundred years. Despite extreme changes in educational tools and styles, traditional colleges and universities have failed to change with the times. Tech companies like Google have recently shifted their focus, and their funding, to provide high-quality training to anyone who cares to access it. Is… 

Education Meets the Metaverse – How can a virtual reality world be used in education?

The latest trend from Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerberg has brought excitement, wonder, and most of all: confusion. For some, the Metaverse is a virtual reality playground filled with endless opportunities, but for others, it’s a confusing glimpse into a future too far off to care about. When it comes to education, the Metaverse may be… 

ExoDexa proves that the Metaverse boosts learning outcomes

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  • 4 min read

Much ink has been spilled over the “Metaverse” and how it will change the internet and humanity as a whole. The term describes virtual worlds where you can interact with other people, online content, virtual objects, and more. We’re not sure all the predictions about the Metaverse will come true, but we already know that… 

The Protégé Effect – The Benefits of Peer Teaching

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  • 4 min read

Being a life-long learner and having studied for over two decades, I have tried different learning techniques to make my learning effective. One of them is called peer teaching and the first time I experienced it was during my high school years. This science-backed technique doesn’t only reinforce the knowledge by teaching, it also helps… 

7 Universal Study Skills for Online and In-Person Learning

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  • 8 min read

The 2020-2021 school year was simply unimaginable, unless you lived through it, to believe all that occurred.  For so many students, parents, and staff, online learning became the new normal for receiving instruction.  Content that previously required daily instruction to master was now taught in short “mini” lessons, with independent work/study time filling the remaining… 

Metacognition: It’s Not Just What You Learn But How You Learn

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  • 6 min read

While many types of animals can learn, humans are different in that we can think about our own learning. We can strategize, make adjustments, and evaluate our efforts. These are a few of the skills that have allowed us to advance as a species. These skills are all part of one’s metacognitive skills. Metacognition is…