Exploring the Logic in Instructional Design

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Best Practices for Public Speaking: Training Recording at Check N Click

This video offers a reliable model to give confident speeches in professional and personal settings. You will learn how to manage the preparation and overcome […]

Slide Designing Tips for eLearning – Using UX Principles for Designing Slides that Aid Learning

This video talks about key design concepts one must keep in mind while creating slides for E-learning. With the use of simple examples and analogies, […]

How and When to go Agile with Training Design and Development

The post How and When to go Agile with Training Design and Development appeared first on Check N Click Learning and Technologies Pvt. Ltd..

Curriculum design that connects the dots

Effecting curriculum designing tips to ensure your curriculum design tells a story and keeps learners engaged. The post Curriculum design that connects the dots appeared […]

Leadership Lessons from Ted Lasso

These leadership lessons from Ted Lasso are useful and simple for anyone looking to become a better leader or coach. The post Leadership Lessons from […]

Using Bloom’s Revised taxonomy to Align Objectives and quizzes

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Five Ways Proofreading Your Writing Can Help Remove Redundancy

Here are 5 ways in which proofreading your writing can help remove redundancies and make your writing more concise and crips. The post Five Ways […]

Commonly Misused Words to Spot While Proofreading

This blog/video is a guide towards recognizing words that are often confused and mistaken while writing and editing content, and how it affects the efficiency […]

Common English Errors in Course Writing

To improve your course writing, you will first need to recognize the common errors that people make and make sure you avoid those in your […]

Five Tips to Gain Audience Attention at the Start of a Video Course

We are developing a significant amount of training as videos. So, it can get challenging to think of effective strategies for gaining audience attention at […]

Learn Course Development Tips from Selling and Presenting Ideas

If you start treating the presentation of courses and topics in them as if you are presenting and selling ideas, you can improve your course […]

Top Ten Tips to Write Multiple Choice Questions

Multiple Choice Questions or MCQs are a popular form of assessment method that can be used for formative and summative assessments. They are an effective […]

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