Preparing students to pass the state exam is different than preparing them to be successful real estate agents. Learn how microlearning can help you create a valuable relationship with your students by preparing them for both.
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Microlearning is the idea of breaking large, complicated curriculum into smaller bite-sized pieces. Is this just the latest fad in professional education, or could microlearning revolutionize the way we teach in the real estate education industry?
Technology is a language, and today’s most successful real estate agents speak it fluently. Using technology in your pre-licensing classroom can make your students more comfortable with the tools and systems they’ll be using in the field as licensed agents.
There’s no getting around the role that technology plays in the day-to-day lives of our students. As this technology revolution continues to unfold before our eyes, we explore how real estate instructors can take advantage of new tools to increase students’ capacity to comprehend and retain what we’re teaching.
Some students simply won’t participate in classroom discussion. As an instructor, that can make it difficult to determine if they’re understanding what you’re trying to teach. In this article we explore strategies for using technology to get students involved and make comprehension testing easy and more enjoyable.