When I started my business as a presentation professional, I realized that designing and developing effective, impactful, and impressive PowerPoint presentations was easier when I applied basics I had used in instructional design. So here is my list of 8 essential questions, or as I also call it, my wheel to better presentations.
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We are fastidious about teaching learners all the right things. Do this, then do that, and then that. We don’t want to miss out on any point, lest they make a mistake. But what can mistakes teach us? Can we build them purposefully into our courses, and leverage them for teaching?
We constantly hear of people suffering from information overload on social media. But we don’t realize that this can happen in a controlled environment too. What happens when we throw too much content at learners? Information overload. In this article, we talk about ways we can avoid this.
An important ingredient for a course to succeed is learners' receptiveness to learning. How can we get this right, opening up their minds for the possibility of learning, thereby making full use of what the course has to offer? Read on to find out.
People move with a multitude feelings, actions, and poses and your characters need to be illustrated in a similar way for an effective learning experience.
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