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.
Knowing the Basics of Learning Design is crucial for creating effective educational experiences. It involves designing materials, activities, and assessments for optimal learning outcomes. In this blog post I share learning design fundamentals for beginners.
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.
Knowing a few of the technical aspects of audio and video recording before getting started is critical. The last thing needed is to get video or audio recorded, and during playback, the sound if not of use. In this post I talk about Metering, Levels, Audio formats and the importance of the decent quality headphones.
You can make your slides more engaging, and interactive by applying a few different tactics – using multimedia such as video or audio, or encouraging learners to ask questions, to name a few. This post will talk you through the reasons for using audio in slides and give you some practical examples.
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