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 sparked some thoughts in me.

Here are the 10 ways mentioned by Ethan:

Explain every function of the interface Use the standard C-shell template Show a talking head introducing all textual statements Score and record every action taken by the user Limit interactions to fit the LMS data standards Open the lesson with formal learning objectives Write content to be an exhaustive treatment of the field Dictate learner’s progress and sequence Record verbatim the words on the screen Create eLearning in PowerPoint and import into authoring tools

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