July 22, 2017

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E-learning tools that engage, inspire, and enable. 

 

Today's global, knowledge-driven economy requires learning solutions that are highly effective and improve performance. Wizda works closely with clients to develop e-learning tools that help achieve the learner's unique learning needs. Whether it's through a computer, mobile or tablet, our objective is to provide you with an immersive learning experience that engages, inspires, and enables learners. 

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21st Century Education

In a relatively short period of time, the world around us has become a complex place to live in. The advent of globalization and proliferation of cutting edge technology have transformed the way we live, work, and learn. Information Technology has enabled the sharing of ideas between a set of people living in vastly different cultures and economies. These factors have greatly affected the way we acquire and process information. The world has become fast paced and so has our ability to sustain this pace.
The present as well as the future calls for 'Dynamic Learning', which is the term used for both the technology and the methodology for learning delivery. It is a paradigm shift in learning that combines the use of diverse but complementary tools such as simulations, animations, blogs, wikis, and other software. This methodology breaks away from the traditional form of learning which was structured around the 3 Ts: text-books, time-tables, and tests.

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Today's learner has become more practical and craves for interaction and personalization. The learning process is now less driven by the needs of the institute or organization and more by those of the individual learner. Learners have become technologically savvy and want to approach life and business issues with a more pragmatic, problem solving approach. Changing learner demographics along with a more business-centric culture has created a climate where the use of experiential learning is essential. Learning 2.0 is defined not only by greater autonomy for the learner, but also by a greater emphasis on active learning, with feedback, communication, and collaboration playing key roles in developing the learner's skills and knowledge.

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