How to Keep Learning Modalities on a Leash

Looking to make the switch from classroom to eLearning, blend the two, or offer both as separate tracks? Training across learning modalities can be a great learning opportunity. Just ask my dog.

Not long ago, I read an article on learning modalities that made me think about my dog.

Her name is Pati, and she’s a three-and-a-half-year-old English foxhound. I adopted her a year ago and she’s the cutest, most loving dog—well, she loves humans, anyway. The thing about Pati is that she’s really mean toward other quadrupeds, dogs and cats in particular.

There’s a pretty sad story behind Pati’s rage. During her first year, she lived in a shelter with hundreds of other dogs. She was unable to socialize with most of them because she was scared. Then, she was adopted by a married couple who kept her in a tiny yard. She shared that space with a bigger dog who abused her.

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