Utilizing Psychology in Instructional Design

In my previous post , I briefly introduced the different types of learning, both primary and secondary, and explained how each learning style can be incorporated into the field of Instructional Design. This week I am going a little further into detail as to the neural processes involved in each part of the brain associated with each type of learning and how each learning style has it’s own special qualities and characteristics. But why is this important to an Instructional Designer? As Instructional Designers, we need to understand how to best present your information so the highest number of learners can absorb and retain the most amount of information.

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