Whether you’re a writer, graphic artist, or eLearning designer, you’ve experienced those blocks which always seem to happen at the most inopportune times. Feeling stuck? We have five tips to get you moving in the right direction.
We think E-Learning is great. It’s cost-effective, time-efficient and ideal for delivering standardised training to huge groups of learners spanning even greater geographical areas. However, it does not come without its challenges.
One of the key issues with E-Learning lies in its struggle to retain, engage and motivate learners. Today, we’ll tackle the topic of motivation, giving you sound advice and simple ideas to help you excite and motivate learners.
Creating brain-based courses is actually relatively easy, especially when following the acronym B.R.A.I.N. B.A.S.E.D., coined by Sarah Hielman in 2006 (Hilemans, S. (2006). "Motivation Students Using Brain-based Teaching Strategies." The Agricultural Education Magazine, 78(4), 18-20).