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Learning and Development Glossary

Petra Mayer

Asynchronous Learning. Bloom’s Taxonomy. It is a classification system of power verbs that helps define and distinguish the phases of human cognition. From Cloud to Scorm, to Authoring tool to Microlearning – eLearning has become a full-fledged industry.

How to Effectively Shift to Online Teaching: The Ultimate Guide

TechSmith Camtasia

By humanizing your content and leveraging the benefits of asynchronous communication and learning, you can create courses that are as effective — or even more effective — as face-to-face learning. – Synchronous vs. asynchronous learning – What makes a quality online course?

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I don’t want “to understand” in my learning objectives

From the Coleface

Much of the literature about learning objectives talks about Bloom’s taxonomy. I’ll sidestep talking about its pros and cons in corporate learning, but the cognitive domain level 2 talks about comprehension/understanding. Learning objectives are core tools of the trade in learning design.