Terminology Tuesday: E-Learning Portfolios

I’m shocked that I haven’t included this as a Terminology Tuesday. I’ve written extensively about portfolios, which I’ll link to below, but I began drafting […]

Terminology Tuesday: Social Loafing

Ruth Clark mentioned this in her session at ATD Conference this past year. But what does it mean? The context in which I refer to […]

Terminology Tuesday: Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction

The talk about learning styles bled into some discussion of Bloom’s Taxonomy and Gagne’s 9 Events of Instruction, so it seems like a naturally progression […]

Terminology Tuesday: Learning Styles – The Great Debate

After searching through my Terminology Tuesday posts, I was shocked I had yet to discuss learning styles. Oi. I recently had a great discussion with […]

Terminology Tuesday: Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs

In the 1950s, psychologist Abraham Maslow sought to determine what motivates people. He identified a set of needs and desires that individuals attempt to fulfil. […]

Terminology Tuesday: Instructional Design Models

For those unfamiliar, the concept of Instructional Design (ID) Models can be confusing. For those familiar, which ID model to use can seem overwhelming. Instructional […]

Terminology Tuesday: Embedded Learning

Somewhere along my social media refreshing this week, I came across the phrase ’embedded learning’, and it caught my eye. I won’t lie, I immediately […]

Terminology Tuesday: Reflective Learning

When this post is published, I’ll be in jaw surgery, so here’s a light read for this week’s Terminology Tuesday. Reflective Learning Reflective learning is […]

Terminology Tuesday: Stock Photos

Stock photos can easily become the bane of your existence. What Are These Stock Photos You Speak of? Stock photos are photographs taken and sold […]

Terminology Tuesday: Voice Over (VO)

Preparing a script for voice over, I thought to myself “have I ever talked about voice over on the blog?” – a quick search indicated […]

Terminology Tuesday: Just in Time Training (JTT)

I’m not sure if anyone in the Learning and Development industry is really referring to Just in Time Training as JTT, but as a child […]

Terminology Tuesday: Statement of Work (SOW)

In the world of business, Statements of Work (SOWs) play a very important role in ensuring that you are doing the work you’ve been contracted […]

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