Failure Equals Learning

Failure Equals Learning

Failure Equals a Learning Experience Should failure in learning really “not be an option”? Absolutely not! In most cases, it is actually a very worthwhile for someone to not succeed the first time they try something. Doesn’t that mimic real life?  While there is a stigma attached to “being a failure”, failing is what accomplishes […]

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Meeting Your Learners On Their Terms?

Meeting Your Learners On Their Terms?

What are your learners terms? How do they want to experience training? As you know, the world of learning is changing.Think about the last thing you had to learn something new while you were working on something…take a moment… did you dive in to a long book or a long course? Maybe, but I bet […]

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Super Instructional Design Tip (E-Learning Challenge)

Super Instructional Design Tip (E-Learning Challenge)

This e-learning challenge was first posted on the E-Learning Heroes Blog on February 28, 2014. The challenge is to design a poster around your favorite education or instructional design tip.  Challenge Link: http://community.articulate.com/blogs/david/archive/2014/02/28/elearning-instructional-design-tips.aspx I chose an instructional design tip that has never been attributed to anyone in particular (at least to my knowledge), but rather […]

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5 ways to connect your courses with your learner

As we get started crafting and storyboarding a course, we are often focused on what needs to be included from a content perspective that the learner gets disconnected from the learning experience. Here are 5 quick ways to make sure the learner always stays in the center of our design efforts. Consider adding these elements around […]

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How to Structure Your Content

I am working with a client who has created courses in Articulate Studio. I am struck by the thought that I often am when I help clients improve their courses. The phrase, “Just because you can doesn’t mean you should” hits me as page by page there are articulate interactions but no cohesive meaning and […]

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