Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim

Here’s a nice moderator checklist, courtesy of Eva Keiffenheim — from her Learn Letter, dated 1/12/22 Also see the following item from Eva Keiffenheim: Four […]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored [McMurtrie]

Why the Science of Teaching Is Often Ignored — from chronicle.com by Beth McMurtrie There’s a whole literature on what works. But it’s not making […]

What Makes Blended and Online Learning So Successful for Your Sales Professionals?

Continuous training is essential for your sales professionals. Along with staying current on your company’s products or services, they need a strong skill set that […]

200 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! [Clark]

200 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark These were written as quick, readable introductions […]

Writing Multiple Choice Questions For Higher Order Thinking [Malamed]

Writing Multiple Choice Questions For Higher Order Thinking — from theelearningcoach.com by Connie Malamed Excerpt: One of the biggest criticisms of multiple choice questions is […]

Getting the word out to our learners about the best ways for them to study [Christian]

From DSC: I was reading about a Ph.D. who was currently doing some research into the science of learning. This person had been teaching in […]

Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences & Workplace Learning

What is Gardner's theory on multiple intelligences? Learn more about this approach and how it can help supercharge your learning strategies! The post Gardner’s Theory […]

Talking About Forgetting with Students [Harvard]

Talking About Forgetting with Students — from theeffortfuleducator.com by Blake Harvard Excerpt: Over the course of 24 hours, students are going to forget a lot […]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” [deansforimpact.org]

Resources from “The Science of Learning” — from deansforimpact.org Excerpt: The Science of Learning summarizes existing cognitive-science research on how students learn, and connects it to […]

Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique [Clark]

Feynman – Don’t lecture and Feynman Technique — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt from the Feynman Technique section Write down everything you think you know […]

This article is for us IDs, trainers, teachers, faculty members, & teams who are working on creating online-based learning…

From DSC: For IDs, trainers, teachers, faculty members, & teams who are working on creating and delivering online-based learning……the following article is a good one […]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! [Clark]

150 learning theorists… 2500 years of learning theory… from Greeks to Geeks! — from onaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark Excerpt: These were written as quick, readable […]

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