Based on Experiential Education, the See One, Do One, Teach One method of instruction is used heavily in medical schools and boosts student retention. Check out how easy it is to add this technique to your courses!
We need to be able to respond more rapidly to the changing needs of knowledge workers… and we need to have a more accurate picture of what those needs actually are. We need to stop trying to solve business process failures with eLearning modules and we need to start preparing learners to take charge of their own learning. We need to shift our mindset from trainer to community manager.
So you've heard a lot about this twitter thing, but you're not sure if it's worth your time. Or are you suspect it might be,…
Twitter and Bloom converge! Activities for each of Bloom's Taxonomy levels that use Twitter.
Social media are getting quite popular in eLearning, as well as in traditional classrooms and workshops. The advantages are many and instructors cannot afford to ignore them: multiple-level interaction, reduce or elimination of classroom time, boost participation and collaboration, new job opportunities, opportunities for the development of online communities consisting of people with common training experiences, and so many more. And these are only few of the reasons why members of the learnin
Expertly facilitated online discussion is the driving force for community in e-learning classes. Creating norms for discussion quality and timing improve the dialog. This also helps the facilitator step back as students learn to deepen their online dialog.
Ways to help students interact and collaborate, which is always a challenge in online courses! Some of these tools charge for premium services, but all of them have a free basic plan.
Creative ways to have students introduce themselves to each other in online courses.