I always enjoy learning something new. In fact, thanks to the Internet, I’m able to learn something new every few seconds. While I try to remain a student in many respects, I also like to take up the position of a teacher, and in my work, I’m routinely called upon to help people figure out how to do stuff online, in person, and in the classroom. There are a variety of ways to teach effectively, and an abundance of tools exist to assist with this. I’m sure that you’ve had teachers who used rather unique and interesting methods to get their points across, but when you’re teaching online, there’s a barrier that can prevent the instruction from being personalized or even organized properly. With Nuvvo, teachers can build engaging courses, and students of all sorts can enroll.
Whether you’re a student, teacher, or both, Nuvvo provides many of the tools that you’re looking for. Teachers can organize their courses in a logical and exciting way with text and multimedia, in addition to allowing for interaction through quizzes and blog content. You can either give your course away for free or charge a fee for enrollment, but no matter which option you choose, you’ll be able to keep track of your students, and they’ll be able to follow along with the course. Please sharpen your pencils, class.
[tags]Nuvvo, Learning, Education, Student, Teacher, Classroom, Teaching, Courses[/tags]