5 Things to remember if you don’t want to overstuff your online course

One of the most valuable things I learned in my first ever ‘Train the Trainer’ course was that I should think of myself as an iceberg. The information shared with the learners should be just about as much as they need to know, while the bulk of the expertise should be there to back it up and answer questions if they arise.

Once I moved into the instructional design realm, the visual became even more relevant because being in charge of constructing courses means gathering and distilling a lot of information and visuals before coming up with a balanced combination.

Whenever you know a lot about a certain subject (whether that’s due to extensive research on-demand or an ongoing personal passion) there’s the risk of overstuffing the learning modules.

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