How to produce impacting and fun reinforcement activities?

As we mentioned in the blog, reinforcement activities in e-learning courses are a powerful tool, as they help us measure students’ learning. They also serve as a guide to ensure students are in line with key concepts while they advance.  

The most common use of reinforcement activities is self-assessment. This implies placing them immediately following theory, so students can prove they have mastered key points and continue advancing in the course. However, we can also take advantage of reinforcement activities at other times during our courses. The creative use of reinforcement activities will amaze students, capture their attention, and avoid monotony. Do you want to see how? Let’s see!



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