After investigating more than 100 teacher feedback templates from the largest Universities in North America, we found three questions to outrank all others in terms of popularity.
An insight into the Cone of Experience. This one is about an innocent kid (i.e., How did young Lubos first experience the Cone?), an abused model (What did adult Lubos learn about the Cone?) and—if you stick around till the end—a wholesome apple (What did the Cone really want to give teachers?).
This article explains two story based learning examples on professional skills training (part of a suite of online courses for Instructional Designers).
This article summarizes 9 of the famous models of training from research to explore if expertise can be accelerated.
A number of learning theories can be utilized for eLearning, and developers have to wise to choose one that would suit the needs of the learners. Gagné’s 9 Events of Instruction is one of the theories that eLearning experts often adopt when creating a suitable eLearning strategy.
In this conversation via Twitter with Taruno Goel @write2tg, she shares her thoughts via an insightful and practical blog post on how we can embrace messy learning.
Suite of Online Instructional Design modules to bridge the gap between "Theory" and "Application"
Anyone else using Visme to create elearning slides or infographic? Anyway, they just created a list of their keyboard shortcuts. Finally, makes it easier to use it.