The science behind instructional design

 

The forgetting curve

Firstly, it’s important to understand that when someone needs to learn new information, it often isn’t retained in their long-term memory. In fact, people will forget an average of 90% within the first month. This is called The Forgetting Curve. Research has shown however, that strong memories are retained for much longer periods of time. So, it stands to reason that if we create clever digital learning that uses meaningful interactions (such as stories that people can remember), we can combat this.

Three key points to consider

Type of course – level of course/how complex is the content, what are the objectives Who is the audience Project constraints 

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