4 Learning Resolutions for 2020 from McGraw-Hill Employees
Published January 23, 2020
Here at McGraw-Hill, we value and recognize the importance of learning in both the education space and in the workplace. We spoke to a few employees around the company who shared their personal learning resolutions for 2020. Check them out below!
“My learning resolution for 2020 is to better understand the challenges around implementing advanced products like McGraw-Hill ALEKS and SmartBook, as well as the things that can be done to significantly increase the percentage of students benefiting from such products.”
-Wil Lampros, Chief Product Officer, ALEKS
“We have a wealth of learning science expertise at our fingertips at McGraw-Hill, so my learning resolution is to spend more time exploring how learning happens. I’d like to better understand how our teams use their knowledge of learning science to design products that help students learn more effectively – so that I can test out that knowledge at home!” For more information on learning science, click here.
-Cathy McManus, Vice President, Marketing and Branding
“My 2020 learning resolution is to synthesize what I have learned from what I’ve read recently, including Competing Against Luck, Good to Great, The Lean Start-Up, David and Goliath, Blink, and other sources – and then apply it to accelerate and grow business.”
-Kelly Villella, Senior Director of Innovation Strategy, Higher Education
“My learning resolution for 2020 is to promote strategies that apply the principles and research findings of learning science to the improvement of educational practice.”
-Robert S. Feldman, Chair of McGraw-Hill Learning Science Advisory Board
What are your learning resolutions for 2020?