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Learning Styles. Adapting course design to different learning preferences

While, in most cases, it is impossible to design courses that would cater to individual student preferences, as designers, we should recognise the variety of learning styles and include elements to address their range.
In this blog post, I will explore ways of catering to different learning styles to create more inclusive learning environments that resonate with all students.

Blooms Taxonomy - How Can It Help You Design Online Courses?

Blooms Taxonomy: How Can It Help You Design Better Online Courses?

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a framework created by Benjamin Bloom, an educational psychologist, to guide educators in structuring their teaching and creating meaningful learning experiences for students. Here we look at the basics and why it is important for educators to familiarise themselves with this taxonomy.

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The learner-centred approach in learning design – characteristics and examples

Are you ready to design learning courses that truly engage your learners? In my recent blog post, I explored essential principles and approaches, and one principle stood out: learner-centred design. Today, let’s dive deeper into this approach and discover how it can transform your teaching!

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Learning Design: Understanding Key Principles and Approaches

Understanding learning design principles is crucial for creating engaging online courses. Adopt a learner-centered approach, set clear objectives, employ engaging strategies. Embrace the evolving nature of learning design, stay curious, and adapt to meet learners’ changing needs.

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