Sleep: One of the Most Important Factors in (e)Learning

By GetAdministrate on from www.getadministrate.com

Sleep: One of the Most Important Factors in (e)Learning
Too few people realise how important sleep is! Sleep improves recall in learning, but it's only been in the last decade that research has illuminated the fact that sleep is necessary for learning. Sleep is so important that we recommend you cover it with your students as a topic as a precursor to any topic!
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ELC007: Leverage How The Brain Works: The eLearning Coach

By DeeDudley on from theelearningcoach.com

ELC007: Leverage How The Brain Works:  The eLearning Coach
Are you using outdated research when you design learning experiences? In this podcast, Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D., uncovers some of the mysteries surrounding learning and the brain.
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Why 1, 3 and 7 are Lucky Numbers for Instructional Designers

By BethCase on from info.shiftelearning.com

Why 1, 3 and 7 are Lucky Numbers for Instructional Designers
Simple rules of thumb around the numbers 1, 3 and 7, Planning, chunking, and repetition.
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Learning Is Not the Holy Grail

By TheKirkpatricks on from www.kirkpatrickpartners.com

Learning Is Not the Holy Grail
Training is still very much on trial. Federal, military and private training budgets are being cut by 25% and more, primarily because the business leaders of the world are not sold on learning in and of itself. The word learning, years ago seen as a positive evolution from the word training, is now working against the training industry.
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5 Levers Of eLearning Design: The eLearning Coach

By paige on from theelearningcoach.com

5 Levers Of eLearning Design:  The eLearning Coach
How can you continually improve the learning experiences you design? Pull these levers a bit more with every new effort.
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ASSESSMENTS—SPELLING, VOCABULARY, MATH QUIZZES FOR THE ELEARNERS

By Poonam on from blog.raptivity.com

ASSESSMENTS—SPELLING, VOCABULARY, MATH QUIZZES FOR THE ELEARNERS
Without taking an assessment, the eLearners cannot see what they’ve learned or what they need to learn. An assessment can also be used to show others, like a supervisor, that the student is able to perform a job. If a certificate is required, the eLearner may have to pass the assessment to obtain one.

When I think about my 4th grade days, I agree that taking quizzes is just no fun.
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New eBook: 62 Tips on Effective eLearning Instructional Design by Bill Brandon : Learning Solutions Magazine

By paige on from www.learningsolutionsmag.com

New eBook: 62 Tips on Effective eLearning Instructional Design by Bill  Brandon : Learning Solutions Magazine
The success of any eLearning project rests on effective instructional design. To have significant value, eLearning must address the needs of learners and stakeholders, and it must do so in ways that facilitate learning transfer, knowledge retention, and skills development.
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20 Ways to Integrate Bloom's Taxonomy into your PowerPoint Presentation

By BethCase on from www.educatorstechnology.com

20 Ways to Integrate Bloom
The title is a little misleading, it's really more about how to use PowerPoint in activities that address each level of Blooms' Taxonomy.
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