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Instructor leading a real estate classroom

Is There a Place for Microlearning in Real Estate Instruction?

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?
Classroom full of fully engaged students using technology

Increasing Real Estate Student Engagement with Technology

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.
Real Estate instructor leading the class with a tablet

Real-World Ways to Enhance Real Estate Learning with Technology

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.

Real Estate Coaching: Taking Instructing to the Next Level

Learn how to leverage your expertise as a real estate instructor into a new role, coaching your former prelicensing students to be more successful in their real estate careers.

The 5 Traits of an Effective Real Estate Instructor Today

Today, more than ever, instructors need to ensure they are tailoring their instruction to the changing needs of their students. Learn what today's most compelling and effective real estate instructors have in common.

Are Students' Attention Spans Shrinking?

With the adoption of new technology and the age of real estate students skewing younger, some of the most time-honored instruction strategies aren't as effective as they used to be. But are the attention spans of real estate students actually shrinking?
Female real estate instructor leading class.

Strategies for Adapting to Change to Become a More Effective Real Estate Instructor

Changing for the better requires us to accept the difficult notion that the way we’ve always done things might not be the best way to do them anymore. But nothing gets better without change. It creates the opportunity to improve upon the standard and reach new heights we didn’t know were possible. If you are struggling to adapt the way you teach to the way your students learn, these strategies will help you shift your mindset and open yourself up to new possibilities.
Preparing New Licensees for the Reality of Real Estate Sales

Preparing New Licensees for the Reality of the Real Estate Business

Most people come into the real estate business certain they will be successful. But success doesn’t just happen in the real estate business. All new agents encounter setbacks they didn’t anticipate. They struggle to secure clients early on, and they sometimes feel alone and unprepared for certain challenges inherent to the profession.
Multigenerational adult students

Strategies for Teaching in a Multi-Generational Real Estate Classroom

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The demographics of the real estate classroom are changing. This is leading to both prelicensing and CE classrooms full of students that span a larger age range than ever before. Your success as a real estate educator relies on your ability to effectively reach an entire classroom of students with different learning styles.
Trends that will affect real estate education in 2017

5 Big Trends that Will Change Real Estate Education in 2017

Heading into 2017, we are collectively at a place where we need to look critically at what we’re teaching, who is teaching it, who we are teaching it to, and how it’s being taught. Here are the 5 areas where you can expect to see real estate education evolve in the coming year.