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Is your staff ready to handle cyber crime? In June 2019, a city in Ontario fell victim to an elaborate phishing attack. The loss of more than $500k was an eye opener. Now is the time to band together and share preventative tactics to keep our towns and organizations protected from cyber crime. Proven Training Methods Continue...

Encourage Lifelong Learning with These Simple (and free!) Techniques
It’s True. Watching Videos Can Create Lifelong Learners at Your Organization In every company, resources are scarce. So why will you find Enable Education employees watching TED Talk videos every Tuesday? Satisfying use of alliteration aside, it’s because lifelong learning is a commitment in our office and our employees reward us with hard work, creativity, and loyalty Continue...

More and more teachers are inviting educational technology into the classroom to help enhance learning materials.  Many are experimenting with Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs, in which students get to use their own mobile devices to participate in classroom activities.  A happy result of this is that augmented reality is also a possible teaching Continue...

  It’s one of those terms that’s on everyone’s lips, but isn’t really all that clear.  It seems like something that’s integral to a well-rounded education, but difficult to teach effectively.  It’s something that spans all subject areas, but doesn’t really belong to any one specific class.  What to do with this slippery bit of Continue...

Being well-informed is not the only important skill young people need to understand the world around them.  Getting the news is well and good, but with diverse and omnipresent media and communication, it can be very difficult to identify the stories and factoids that you should believe from the ones that you should not. Critical Continue...

We live in strange times, my friends.  Look around the world we live in and observe how it has changed in ways no one, save the very few technological-elite, could have predicted. With the advent and popularization of personal computers, mobile devices and, most critically, the internet, there has seldom been a time of greater Continue...

We’ve been blogging a lot lately about the intersection of arts and sciences in education (a subject near and dear to our hearts).  Yesterday, thanks to the miracle of social media, I came across this splendid Vimeo video featuring some thoughts by physicist and raconteur Richard Feynman.  In it, he discusses ways in which a Continue...

It’s an almost comical image: a child sitting at a tablet, eyes glazed, flipping back and forth between games as if they have an extra pair of hands.  It’s a bit of an exaggeration perhaps, but it does speak to the reservations a lot of parents and educators have about letting younger users spend a Continue...