The science of learning isn’t often considered by L&D professionals. I have noticed that many fail to remember that learning is a physical process and when learning, the new knowledge is causes structural changes in the brain. It is important that learning professionals need to understand the science of learning, to help aid our designContinue reading “Learning Science”
As you all would know, I have been around the Learning and Development arena for a while now. A lot of clients I work with ask me what process I use etc. I use an approach that most ID/Learning Designers do, the ADDIE Lifecycle. So instead of repeating this over and over, I decided toContinue reading “ADDIE”
This post will give you the reader some principles in creating successful eLearning and help you to engage in the process of constructing eLearning material and associated activities in a way that will enact sound principles of pedagogy I believe that there is a relationship between the extent to which a range of pedagogic affordancesContinue reading “Principles for creating successful eLearning.”
I have been a strong advocate of Dr. Michael Allen’s CCAF Design Model to adding instructional interactivity to eLearning for the last five or so years. Instead of sitting with the client and rattling off boring mundane questions, I would rather show my passion for learning by “practising what I preach” and getting my facilitatorContinue reading “CCAF”
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