Discovering Instructional Design 16: Gagne and the Events of Instruction

You may be surprised to learn that the ASSURE methodology has it's roots located the behaviorist-influenced Events of Instruction, devised by Robert M. Gagne Continue […]

Discovering Instructional Design 15: The ASSURE Model

ASSURE is an acronym derived from the key verb-descriptor of the tasks associated with the approach. The ASSURE model proposes a 6-step guide for instruction; […]

Discovering Instructional Design 2 – Aligning Learning Theory with ID

How do you choose to align your learner needs with a learning theory and your learning program's instructional design? Continue Reading → The post Discovering […]

Discovering Instructional Design Part 1 – Foundations

Instructional Design (ID) is the practice of maximizing the effectiveness, efficiency and accessibility of instruction and other learning experiences. Continue Reading → The post Discovering […]

Constructivism and instructional design: more considerations

In this series of blog posts, I'm considering the implications of instructional design on learning and development for knowledge workers in the modern workplace. Continue […]

Digital Media – a Constructivist view of principles

Constructivism is part of the Cognitivist 'gene pool,' and as such it is appropriate to look at the impact of digital media on cognition and […]

Comparison of Learning Theories Infographic

Comparison of Learning Theories Infographic The Comparison of Learning Theories Infographic is adapted from “Applying Learning Theory to Mobile,”. In order to apply learning theory […]

Alone or together. How do we learn?

I've been doing plenty of reading as part of my PhD in Social Networking, and I'm realising that there is much more to learning theory […]

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