6 Tips To Incorporate Discovery Learning Into Your eLearning Course Design

Learning by doing is one of the most immersive education strategies, especially if your teacher offers encouragement and immediate feedback. Is it still possible to […]

Adult Learning Explained In A Simplified Manner

There are a lot of resources on adult learning principles and theories out there. This one simplifies them down to the core: adults are complicated […]

When Philosophy Meets The Corporate World Of Learning Professionals

Did you know that having your own philosophy of adult learning could be of immense value to you as a corporate learning professional? Learn to […]

7 Digital Learning Assets That Fit In The Learning Pyramid

Looking to raise the engagement and retention of training? Here are 7 digital learning assets that help in enhancing retention levels. This post was first […]

How to Work in the “Why” and Provide Meaning to Your Training

“Why” is key, but think about when to ask why — confused yet? I am starting a new project, developing training for a group of […]

7 Facts About Cognitive Overload That Every eLearning Pro Should Know

Are you overwhelming online learners with too many facts and figures? In this article, I’ll share 7 facts about cognitive overload that you should commit […]

How Understanding The Adult Learning Theory Helps Us Create Better eLearning

We tend to think of adults as being able to sit and absorb boring presentation after presentation. In truth, that’s just as ineffective as it […]

Implications Of Learning Theories On Instructional Design

Are you interested in becoming an Instructional Designer? Or are you just starting out in the world of learning theories? The focus of this article […]

The Implications Of 3 Adult Learning Theories On Instructional Design

Are you new to the field of Instructional Design? Do you want to expand your knowledge of adult learning theories and practice of design? This […]

Adult Learning Theories Every eLearning Designer Must Know

  Original Article from https://www.td.org/insights/3-adult-learning-theories-every-e-learning-designer-must-know As an instructional designer, you want to create courses that make a difference to your audience’s lives. You want to […]

The Learning Theory Of Cognitive Development In eLearning

There has been an ongoing debate amongst educators about the role of memory versus intelligence in fostering effective learning. It has long been held that […]

Training Vs. Rote Memorization In Learning English: What Are The Differences?

Learning is the conscious effort of rote memorization of facts in English. Training is a subconscious activity of the learner in which he/she develops the […]

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