Category: Workplace Learning


Twenty First Century Digital Skills Required in Workplaces: A Case From Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

This study sets out to explore types and level of digital skills required in workplaces in Kingdome of Saudi Arabia (KSA) and impacts digital skills gap. A descriptive study was conducted to achieve the study objective. A total of 300 workplaces in the eastern area of KSA participated in this study. The results show that


Implementing Flipped Classroom for Chinese Intellectual Property Lawyers

Flipped classroom is one of the alternative learning modalities beyond simply delivering lectures in the classroom and assigning homework for students at home. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Wusong Law School, a commercial educational institution for Chinese lawyers, initiates the flipped classroom where both distance e-learning prior to the class and online collaborative activities are integrated


Differentiated Classroom Instruction (DCI) To Reduce Misconceptions in Physiology Among Dentistry Students with Varied Learning Styles

In Dental education, there is great need for enhancing the learning achievements specifically identifying conceptual understanding in Dental Physiology, and to be able to address any misconception in the said subject. Students learning styles will be determined using an adopted instrument, the VARK questionnaire. A teaching intervention in the form of DCI involving it’s process


Case Study: Creative Leadership and Diversity in a Manufacturing Tech Company

Organizations seek ways to build innovation and creativity within their workforce and processes. Although researchers have established innovation is a key element of organizational success in the global business economy, there are gaps in the knowledge base of creating innovative, creative organizations. The influence of leadership on innovation is established but further studies are needed