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eLearning Lessons from the 80s

eLearning Brothers

This blast from the past has reminded me of all the lessons we learned from that crazy decade. discerning eLearning professional who was around for the ’80s has learned some valuable lessons from that era, and those of us who wish to succeed in this business would do well to remember these enduring teachings from the past. What lessons did you learn from the 1980s?

Gamification Lessons from Enspire

Enspire Learning

The post Gamification Lessons from Enspire appeared first on Enspire. Gamification is one of the hottest trending topics in the learning and development community (alongside big data, learning analytics, and adaptive/personalized learning). Organizations are seeking gamification of learning activities to boost learner motivation, engagement, and enjoyment in training experiences.

A surprising way of preparing a lesson for Blended learning

Edynco

In this post I will present a simple process of preparing lesson for blended learning using a Learning map. Do you find this approach of preparing lessons for blended learning complicated? Instructional design blended learning instructional design learning map lesson Why it seems that blended learning will become a number one trend in education in the next two years?  Ruth C.

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Learning map combining lesson plan, guidance and content at once

Edynco

To conduct a successful lesson we need a detailed description of the instructions about what students should learn and how will they learn it. That means that we as educators should prepare a lesson plan with all objectives, description of teaching and learning activities with list of suitable learning materials. Learning map is a lesson content itself. What about you?

Move Beyond Learning to Applying: A Modern Management Development Program

Can we take a lesson? lessons you’ve learned. 1 kineo.com info@mplus.kineo.com 312-846-6656 Hard to believe that it’s been almost 20 years since the term “eLearning” entered the corpo- rate learning lexicon. And just in the last five years, the velocity at which new solutions have entered. the market has gone through the roof. We now. learning nuggets. rate content. Right? Wrong!

Lessons that Lessen

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

This jewel from Alice in Wonderland : And how many hours a day did you do lessons?’ ‘That’s the reason they’re called lessons,’ the Gryphon remarked: ‘because they lessen from day to day. There are many ways the Lessons lessen in our educational system. What are some of these lessons (if I may so dare)? The first lesson is to allow yourselves to be and remain curious – express your wonder at your first discoveries, making the first contact, learn from your first failures, connect the dots – basically, have those Aha!

Lessons on Instructional Design from…my Dog

Allen Interactions

By Carly Yuenger, Senior Instructional Designer. For the last two-and-a-half years, I’ve been the primary trainer to my dog, but for some reason, my mind has kept this task separate from my daylighting work as an instructional designer. Most days, I’d venture to say that I’m a better instructional designer than dog trainer, so the reason may be simple ego-protection.

Mini-Lessons – How to Begin

Raptivity

The learner needs to understand and grasp the subject, and to satisfy themselves or others that they know the intention of the lesson – and, in the case of mini-lessons, achieve all this really quickly. With mini-lessons, refinement is the key. This is the most important, and sometimes the most difficult, aspect of developing the mini-lesson. Just one outcome is ideal.

Mini-Lessons: A Different Learning Approach

Raptivity

Although presented in small bites to satisfy today’s learners, effective mini-lessons follow good teaching practice. The key feature of each mini-lesson is that it is quick and specific. And of course, do let me know your thoughts on my mini lesson sample. The learner seeks knowledge and wants to absorb that knowledge; learning activities then help embed that knowledge.

The Performance Management Storm: Four Macro-Trends Driving the Change

Looking ahead to Part 2 11 Bibliography [link] lessons-learned/3-ways-companies-are- changing-the-dreaded-performance-review [link] future-of-work/why-the-annual-performance- review-is-going-extinct [link] future-of-work/why-the-annual-performance- review-is-going-extinct [link] development/custom-programs/~/media/ DF1C11C056874DDA8097271A1ED48662. 1Why Your Company Will Need to. it happen.

Five Lessons We Can Learn from Millennials About e-Learning

Allen Interactions

By Sloane Bâby, Instructional Writer. Learning Blogs Sloane Bâby Millennials

User Interface lessons applied to eLearning

Challenge to Learn

So I decided to capture these lessons learned in this post and apply them to eLearning development. eLearning and user interface? 24 months ago my company Easygenerator switched to a new target audience. Instead of professional eLearning creators (instructional designers), we now focus on people who do not have an eLearning background. Find your weak spots. In our case it has seven steps.

Lessons to be learnt

Learning with e's

The group had been tasked to consider strategies about how they might embed a new technology into their primary school lessons. Yet there are some great lessons to be learnt from history if we know where to look. I was asked a very thoughtful question by one of my first year education students earlier today. The poet Steve Turner once wrote 'History repeats itself. Unported License.

Lessons from Obama’s governance experience

Origin Learning

Let’s start this blog post with a disclaimer upfront that there is no political linkage or overtone.This is merely an attempt to showcase the macro lessons that may be relevant to any organization around the world. Lessons that resonate and transcend borders and break shackles associated with learning. Every nation has its share of history to glorify and gloat about. Democratized ?

Year One: 3 Lessons Learned For Creating Engaging eLearning

Social Learning

There are many ingredients for success in eLearning development and one of the most important… The post Year One: 3 Lessons Learned For Creating Engaging eLearning appeared first on Dashe & Thomson. I’ve been doing instructional design work for a little over a year, immersed happily in the world of drag-and-drops and click-and-reveals.

Improve your lessons: 3 ways to make them more effective

Challenge to Learn

Do you want to improve your classroom lessons or training? They will make your lessons and courses more effective and more fun, and any teacher, trainer or coach can do it. How to improve your lessons: Flip, repeat and automate. If you ‘ flip your classroom ‘ you reverse the lecture and homework elements of a lesson: do the lecture at home and do homework at school.

Adobe Captivate 6: Delivering Standalone eLearning Lessons

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel    I recently received an email from a new Captivate developer who had delivered an eLearning lesson to a client via email attachment. When publishing a Captivate project file, the format you select will depend upon on how the learner will access the lesson. If you decide to publish a SWF, the learner will use a web browser to access the lesson.

5 Lessons from Netflix on Creating Addicting Elearning Content

Learnkit

Netflix can teach learning professionals a number of important lessons on how to capture their learner’s attention. Lessons from Netflix on Creating Addicting Elearning Content: 1. Lesson for Learning Professionals: Don’t tell your learners when and where to learn. Lesson for Learning Professionals: Leave your learners wanting more! On-demand content. Make it Real.

Lesson from Edutech Australia? Planned Failure.

Learning Rebels

The post Lesson from Edutech Australia? Okay, I’m late. I was at Edutech last week, in glorious Brisbane Australia. Sunset on the Brisbane River. As I thought about how to frame this recap, I knew there were some recaps already out there (quick thinkers!). Therefore, I really wanted to see what “stuck” with me. Over and over again, I come back to the same person. 

eLearning: Determining the Best Size for Today's Lessons

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

by Kevin Siegel      When developing eLearning lessons using any of the top development tools (Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, or TechSmith Camtasia Studio), you need to take the size of your learner's device into account. If you make your eLearning lesson too large (I'm talking width and height, not how many megabytes the lesson might be), learners with small displays may have to scroll to see your content. But what's the ideal size for an eLearning lesson? The size of the lesson you create depends largely on your customer.

Improve your lessons: 3 ways to make them more effective

Challenge to Learn

Do you want to improve your classroom lessons or training? They will make your lessons and courses more effective and more fun, and any teacher, trainer or coach can do it. How to improve your lessons: Flip, repeat and automate. If you ‘ flip your classroom ‘ you reverse the lecture and homework elements of a lesson: do the lecture at home and do homework at school.

Colorful Consulting: Lessons from Larry

Allison Rossett

Today I learned about consulting from a surprising source. It began at lunch yesterday, when my usually positive pal Ellie remarked that my hair wasn’t looking so great. think the word she used was listless. The cut was fine. But she wondered about the color. What was up with the color? In order to tell this story I have to admit that I’ve been throwing color at my hair for years. Recently, I’ve encouraged my stylist to use a bit less color, to help me transition to a more real me, a salt and pepper me. But it has been a few steps forward and then about the same number of steps backwards.

5 Tech Tools to Invigorate Every Lesson

DigitalChalk eLearning

However, it should never replace a lesson. Unfortunately, not every tech tool is as valuable as the next; some are better at invigorating a lesson than others. Next time you want to breathe life into your instruction, use one of these five tech tools, guaranteed to make any lesson more fun and exciting. Use Google Maps to bring perspective into a geography or history lesson.

A Lesson Plan for eLearning

Coffee and Design

Lesson Plan for eLearning. Kelly may be in the early stages of his work, but he has already learned some important lessons. All 100 people were engaged in a lesson with a live instructor at the same time. I came across Harold Jarche ‘s blog today where he discussed, a brief history education delivered via The Internet, see Learning is Connecting.  Check it out.

Your Best Laid (Lesson) Plans

Visual Lounge

As ideas like Flipped Learning , blended learning, and online education pick up steam, we’re asked for examples of how video can be used within the context of a lesson. I’ve pulled my own ideas, but my background is mostly in science. I can’t answer questions for the elementary art teacher or the middle school history teacher. TechSmith Education is looking for some willing people to share your best lesson plan or outline. Our goal is to continue to inspire teachers with a variety of great lessons. The post Your Best Laid (Lesson) Plans appeared first on TechSmith Blogs.

Five Lessons From Learning Game Development

Upside Learning

We’ve had our fair share of digital learning game development projects; and a recent one threw a spoke in our design wheels like never before. Thought I should share the top five things we learned from our experience. 1. Be absolutely certain about the game objective; what must the player do to win? – We had varied ideas and that resulted in a multitude of win-states, not nice for a learning game.

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L&D lessons from learning games research

Sponge UK

The post L&D lessons from learning games research appeared first on Sponge UK. Gamification and learning games are a popular way to make workplace learning more engaging, but what makes an effective learning game? Studies have been carried out into many different areas of learning games. Research into learning games Robert T. Games games gamification webinar

ASTD ICE Conference Recap, Lessons Learned and Random Events

Kapp Notes

The idea…to allow participants to experience games and to derive lessons from the development of other games. Lesson Learned. Lessons Learned. had a great time at the ASTD ICE Conference which recently concluded in Dallas Texas. What a great opportunity to catch up with old friends, make new friends and to stay informed of all the happenings in the world of learning.

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eLearning Lesson: Joe Ganci’s mLearning Tips

Everything E-Learning

Here’s one Responsive Course Design how-to that Joe shared in the webinar handout he created: Giving Learners the Ability to Swipe Right and Left on Mobile Devices. I am not a big fan of linear lessons, the kind where learners click Next, Next, Next because most learners just don’t learn much that way. Nonetheless, there are times when you may be creating an informational lesson without much interactivity that may involve a lot of branching depending on learner responses. The post eLearning Lesson: Joe Ganci’s mLearning Tips appeared first on.

Community lessons

Learning and Working on the Web

Tweet Here are some lessons I’ve learned about online learning communities that are developed in support of training and education: A loose-knit online learning community can scale to many participants and remain effective. Only a small percentage, ~ 10%, of members, will be active. If facilitators can seed good topics and provide feedback, then conversations can flourish. Communitie

Publishing for Kindle Amazon early lessons learned

Ignatia Webs

These lessons listed were learned after publishing my MOOC eBook via Kindle Direct Publishing, which does not demand a Kindle, you can use free kindle apps to read the book. To be honest, I never anticipated the anxiousness I would feel pressing a publish button. Nevertheless, one has to go out there and explore options, for gathering new experiences is part of life. Simple. Argh).

Lessons Learnt While Developing An e-Course On ‘Corporate Social Responsibility: A Design Perspective’

G-Cube

This was a lesson that to make an e-course exceptionally successful across a large and varied audience, simplicity is often the key. Growing awareness of the Earth’s inability to sustain our current rate of extravagant and unrestrained development has led to rapid change in the global economic, social, and political climate. Learning

Five Lessons Learned from Prototyping

E-learning Uncovered

If you’re like us, you learn lessons about both the client and about your process during prototyping. Here are a few of the lessons we’ve learned over the years. 1. The post Five Lessons Learned from Prototyping appeared first on E-Learning Uncovered. At Artisan E-Learning, we work with our clients to craft their own custom solution for their courseware needs.  Let it go.

6 eLearning Lessons We Learned from a Galaxy Far Far Away…

eLearning Brothers

The post 6 eLearning Lessons We Learned from a Galaxy Far Far Away… appeared first on eLearning Brothers. In honor of May the Fourth, we sat down and watched all the Star Wars we could sit through. During that potato chip fueled marathon, it dawned on us that many of the characters in this classic series have some great perspectives on eLearning. “Size matters not.”

Lessons from the Trenches of Digital Game Design

ATD Learning Technologies

I’ve been designing learning games for a long while, and I teach others how to do learning game design as well. Over the years, I’ve gleaned several truths that novice learning game designers frequently ignore or underestimate. It is very hard to be a good and creative game designer with little to no experience playing games. That’s not awful…but it is limiting.

Drip-Feed (Schedule) Your Lessons!

LearnDash

TRUE Drip-Feeding of Lessons! Now when you build out your courses in LearnDash, you have the option to sequentially deliver the lessons to your users on a pre-set schedule. Add lessons. Determine when you want the lessons to become available. Until this point, the industry has relied upon membership plugins to sequentially deliver (drip) lesson content.