Screen recording tools are a brilliant way of sharing your knowledge with your team, your clients, partners and learners. In this video, I am sharing with you a few screen recording tools that are used, and links to all of them are below. It is much easier to explain concepts with a visual illustration of what you are talking about. I often record instructional videos could like quick explainers – talking my team through their tasks, project details and so on.
There are various tactics to consider, but one element you can not afford to leave out is addressing learners’ motivation. Motivated students learn more effectively and are more actively involved in the learning experience. Today, I want to look at Gilly Salmon’s 5 Stage Model and how you can use it.
When this course is specifically targeted at adult learners, it must take into account their characteristics. To a certain degree, it will also need to overcome some of the barriers that adult learners might face in their learning journey. In this article, I will talk about motivation strategies you can incorporate in your course using the ARCS Model.
It’s Halloween season, and there’s no better time than now to admit that my learning design closet is like a scene from Poltergeist. These ghosts and skeletons haunt me every day, and I’m sure they’ll give Chucky a run for his spookiness.
You know that I like WordPress. I already talked a bit about it and mentioned some of the Learning Management Systems. In this post, I will share a few features I look for in the WordPress LMS with you. Let’s explore some of these features. What Are You Looking for in These WordPress LMS Plugins? 1. Course building functionality
The flip book outlines each of the six learning types. The cards also have prompts and examples of online activities. They can be very helpful when creating courses and can be used by anyone – even those with no prior learning design experience. I have…