Learning Myths: Why Do They Never Die?

This article explores the fundamentals of why myths exist, why they don’t ever die, and why it is so hard to change people’s minds about […]

Using Applied Cognitive Science To Face Disinformation

We wanted to investigate in thorough detail the influencing process and the harmful impact of mis- and disinformation on teaching and learning. Therefore we started […]

The Role Of Color Psychology In Instructional Design

Understanding how to use color to design better digital learning is something every Instructional Designer should know. In this article, we'll have a look at […]

AGES Model: The Effective Elements For Long-Term Learning

Have you ever wondered why the majority of corporate online training fails to have positive effects on employee performance in an organization? Well, research has […]

Mental Models: Everything eLearning Professionals Need To Know

Understanding existing mental models can help eLearning course designers create eLearning material that is instantly recognizable, regardless of the topic. In this article, I share […]

Applying Proven Memory Encoding And Retrieval Techniques

Memory encoding and retrieval are not accidental activities. It requires a learner to engage in purposeful memory exercises to maximize their potential to apply and […]

Turning On, Tuning In, And Dropping Out

What is self-regulation? How does it correlate with the successful completion of online courses/programs? How can we help our online learners become more self-regulated? Mary […]

Implementing The AGES Model For More Effective Training Delivery

The AGES model, which stands for Attention, Generation, Emotion, and Spacing, can help learning stick by utilizing lessons learned from neuroscience. This post was first […]

Gamification In Education: A New Type Of Interactive Learning

Gamification has a particularly important application in the educational sphere. Sometimes, it gets hard for students to motivate themselves, just as it is hard for […]

4 Tips For eLearning Professionals From The Marketing Handbook

eLearning and marketing are not so different from each other. But does this similarity between marketing and eLearning mean that eLearning could actually steal some […]

Total Immersion Or Comprehensible Input: Who's The Winner? - Part 2

'Subconscious training English skills' is based on new pedagogy implemented on mobile devices which learners use daily for hours. Subconscious training is stress-free with no […]

Total Immersion Or Comprehensible Input: Who Is The Winner? - Part 1

It is impractical to talk about 'total immersion' or 'comprehensible input' as the best methods for the current number of English learners. The modern digital […]

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