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 […]

5 Essential Design Tips For Implementing Emotional Learning

As Pink says in the book ‘A Whole New Mind’: “It’s no longer sufficient to create a product, a service, an experience, or a lifestyle […]

Free eBook: eLearning Design And The 'Right' Brain

How do you make sure that information really sticks to the learner and goes from being a one-off experience to a life lesson? This eBook […]

Use Vicarious Learning To Enrich Your Teaching Blend

The unique ability of human beings to observe and think through what they are hearing, seeing and feeling creates the not-to-be-missed opportunity for vicarious learning. […]

Managing Cognitive Load

Reducing cognitive load can make all the difference when designing great digital learning content. But, given the fact that most of us don’t have a […]

Non-Conscious Aspects Of Learning And Performance

In a former life, I worked as a health educator. I still love building this type of instruction. But here’s the thing. Changing people’s health […]

7 Common Causes Of Cognitive Overwhelm In eLearning

There’s only so much a mind can take before it starts to overload and block incoming facts and stats. Let’s take a closer look at […]

Don’t Forget About It: How Spaced Repetition And Microlearning Boost Memory

When it comes to new information, our brains have a strict ‘use it or lose it’ policy. And too often, training content is forgotten within […]

Naked Architect In The Desert Syndrome

The Naked Architect in the Desert Syndrome (NADS) can give you false confidence that once memorized, you "know" things. Do we still need memorization in […]

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