Elham Thinks That

I share my thoughts and reflections on learning design in my blog. My posts revolve around my work experiences and learning. My passion is to make learning an unforgettable experience for learners.

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Posts by Elham Thinks That

Another Learning Event – Another Reflection

Last week I attended LearnTech Asia conference, which I was so looking forward to. I’ll share some snippets of it and hope you’ll find this […]

My Reflections on a Learning Event

Around a week ago, I was kindly invited to speak at TLCAsia Conference organized by Blackboard. It was indeed a great conference with great speakers […]

Learning to Teach Online – My Takeaway

I’ve just completed a Coursera course on Online Teaching. This was my fourth Mooc but the first one that I completed throughout as I signed […]

A Thank You Letter to Coursera

Dear Coursera, As a patron of your generous learning service, I did my fourth coursera course, this time, by registering for the certificate to be […]

Training or Performance Support!

Recently in a discussion with some learning professionals, I was asked if there were any other alternatives to eLearning to enhance performance support. Apparently despite […]

How to Activate Learner’s Prior Knowledge?

When designing eLearning courses or trainings, I usually ask myself whether the information in the content is going to help learners understand a point better […]

Building Interactions in eLearning

Adding interactivity to eLearning courses has been an ongoing discussion. I frequently encounter fellow learning designers who believe the more buttons we add for learners […]

e-Scaffolding

Do you also find it challenging to include essential scaffolds in your eLearning courses? In a conventional class where the instructor can directly monitor students’ […]

Group Learning

The February 5th #lrnchat topic was on Group Learning. As usual, lots of ideas were shared which made me ponder more, and since the chat always happens […]

Authenticate the Assessment

In learning design, while we focus our attention on the content, we should also consider assessment as an essential component of a course. By assessment, […]

My Review of the Year

With the new year approaching, we usually start reflecting on the past year and writing resolutions for the year ahead. It’s been a special year […]

Effective Learning Design

Are we designing eLearning courses following a common practice? I recently listened to Ethan Edward’s webinar on ‘10 ways to ruin your eLearning’, and it […]

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