3 Tips for instructional designers to create e-learning that has an impact

If you ask children what they have done at school on a given day, they will most probably tell you all about how a teacher had funny hair, how two colleagues got into an argument or how the fish taco at lunch was especially tasty. Ask them what they have learned and there is a good chance they will either give a generic answer (like ‘stuff”) or genuinely say that nothing interesting – with the exception of topics that are of special interest to them or are related to something they found worth remembering.

The students are not the problem and neither is the system. They have to constantly learn for good years of their lives and it’s impossible to store all the information. Eventually, with enough repetition and the pressure of important exams, information will partially stick.

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