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Learner Engagement: Behavioral, Cognitive, & Affective

Experiencing eLearning

However, we can also support the cognitive and affective dimensions of engagement. The version in Baker et al (2010) refers to a specific educational software program for students; I made this more general to elearning. Cognitive engagement. Cognitive and affective engagement.

Two Sigma Problem

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Deeper learning

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Other explanations of memory have focused on the functions of various types of memory, and such approaches are often referred to as multi-store theories. Instead of referring to different stores of memory, Craik and Lockhart proposed that there are different levels of information processing.

Why multiple-choice questions are (too often) problematic

Patti Shank

These and other problems (such as the problems in the list above) lead to invalid questions and assessments. Validity refers to whether the test measures what it claims to measure. References Chiavaroli, N.

Definition: Metacognition

Kapp Notes

What people know about how (their own) cognitive processes operate is termed metacognition (cognition about cognitive processes). information as cited by Lawanto, 2010) It has also been defined as a process by which the brain organizes and monitors cognitive resources.

Questions of the Week

The Logical Blog by IconLogic

My problem is I'm not sure how to get the lesson to stop playing while the student checks out the site. " eLearning Development: Can You Cite Research References? Could you provide the references for her research? Journal of Educational Psychology, 94, 428-434. Cognitive constraints on multimedia learning: When presenting more material results in less understanding. Journal of Educational Psychology , 93, 187-198.

Positive work environment and how it influences your work results

Your Training Edge

It can jeopardize your health and lead to many unfortunate illnesses, while it also stops you from focusing and ruins your cognitive performance. Instead of solving irrelevant problems, you can concentrate on major tasks and reach the highest level of personal performance.

Spaced Retrieval, Retrieval Practice, and Knowledge Guru: What Research Tells Us

Knowledge Guru

Spaced Retrieval avoids two inherent problems with mass practice (learning all the information at once); the problems of learner fatigue and the likelihood of interference with preceding and succeeding learning. It’s a significant problem.” References cited. [1]

Taking your training online—will it affect learning?


Based on the learner’s response, the scenario might be resolved, or another problem could arise. Those cognitive efforts pay off in better knowledge retention. References. British Journal of Educational Technology , 47(2), 248-256.

Keynote Resources from #LUC2017

Kapp Notes

Challenge : As the game-based learning expert James Paul Gee has said, good games give players a set of challenging problems and let them solve those problems until they can do it automatically. REFERENCES: (Challenge) Jones, B., Cognition and Instruction , 5(4), 289-309.

#3quotes from Bruner

Learning with e's

Bruner placed great emphasis on prior learning, cognitive mapping and the formation of schemas in learning. 1990, p 34) References Bruner, J. The role of tutoring in problem solving. Journal of Child Psychiatry and Psychology, 17(2), 89-100.

Transform your PowerPoint into a PowerCast using Camtasia!

TechSmith Camtasia

Communication through the use of video can bring lessons to life, initiate discussions, and impact learning on both an emotional and cognitive level. References. Making training more cognitively effective: Making videos interactive. Today’s guest blogger is Michael F.

Taking your training online—will it affect learning?


Based on the learner’s response, the scenario might be resolved, or another problem could arise. Those cognitive efforts pay off in better knowledge retention. References. British Journal of Educational Technology , 47(2), 248-256. So you’re thinking about making the switch from classroom training to eLearning—maybe you’re looking to take advantage of the flexibility, cost-savings, and consistency that online training has to offer.

ARCS motivation model. What should be included in an a learning activity to make it more appealing? - Technology meets Education

Keller's ARCS motivational model is an approach to solving learning-related problems that are inherent in the poor motivation of learners. References. Journal of Instructional Development, 2 (24), 26–34. Contents. What is it? Attention. Relevance. Confidence. Satisfaction.

Revisiting the Systematic Design Model

Adobe Captivate

ISD in reality is another variation on the steps of the scientific process: Identification of the problem. Review of the literature/what is known about the problem. short papers, blogs, journals, wikis, discussions, problem sets, etc.).

Reflections on Two Decades and Three Degrees

Allison Rossett

I struggle with those pesky word problems. The young, hot sociology professor who lectures that, “Greed is Good” using a pop culture reference from the movie Wall Street. Professors stretch us to see fresh viewpoints, pick up tech skills, and approach wicked problems in novel ways.

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Digital reflections

Learning with e's

A journal article by Kirk and Pitches (2013) is a useful starting point, because they identify three specific categories of technology that have a place in contemporary learning. Reference Kirk, C. My last post was about integrating technologies into education.

That’s not my style: Learning preferences and instructional design

Obsidian Learning

Vermunt’s (1994) Inventory of Learning Styles (ILS) uses questions to elicit information on four learning components: cognitive processing strategies, metecognitive regulation strategies, conceptions of learning, and learning orientations (Vermunt, 2005). References.

Learning Goals and Objectives in Course Design


On the other hand, learning objectives are also referred to as learning outcomes because they are immediately linked to the expected outcomes; what we can expect learners to be able to do by the end of the course. Report, diagram, graph, illustration, project, video, case study, journal.

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Evidence-Based Training: Learning Maximizers & Learning Myths (An Interview with Dr. Will Thalheimer)

Convergence Training

Convergence Training : I think a focus of your career, if it’s fair for me to state what your focus is, but clearly one of them is evidence-based training and learning methods, and in that line I’m a big fan of what you call training maximizers, which is maybe the same thing you referred to as the decisive dozen in our earlier interview on the effectiveness of elearning. I created this several years ago, and as time goes on, I refer to that model more and more.

Why yesterday’s skills and development strategies aren’t enough to survive today’s digital transformation

Learning Wire

If an organization’s goal is to make its employees digitally literate, simply training them to operate different types of software only addresses part of the problem. References. [1] The Search for Competence in the 21st Century” Quest Journal 2010.

The Ultimate Guide to Game-Based Training


Gamification typically refers to the application of game elements (commonly points, badges, and leaderboards) to non-game contexts. The problem with this approach is that game elements by themselves aren’t valuable.

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Wonderful Brain

When referring to CRZY-MKR personalities we might classify them as CMI (CRZY-MKR Intelligent) & CMDK (CRZY-MKR DK). Their delusional personality prevents them from recognizing their own incompetence and this cognitive bias leads to inflated self-assessments and illusory superiority.

Are Your Learners as Intelligent as They Can Be?

Vignettes Learning

Ward featured in Scientific American asked people to rate how smart they felt (cognitive self-esteem) while using Google. Betsy Sparrow says, "We think of the Internet first when faced with a difficult problem." Research by Daniel M. Wegner and Adrian F.

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Creating Courses that Foster Innovation


Educators must focus on making their e-Learning programs meaningful and engaging to aid students in making a discovery by connecting their experiences with newly-acquired knowledge; Invention: Invention refers to a new tool or procedure adapted to the unique needs of a system or learners. It encourages students to think critically as well as consider alternative solutions to a given problem.

Commonly Used Training Evaluations Models: A Discussion with Dr. Will Thalheimer

Convergence Training

If you follow the Convergence Training blog, you know that we’ve interviewed Will multiple times, and we are constantly referring to him and to his work on any number of topics. You can see there’s some problems out there. And that really creates a lot of problems.

Whole-Task Practice, Visuals, ID, Training, Blogs, & Poverty

Big Dog, Little Dog

Worked examples might include radar and voice information about a particular problem situation (the "given"), similar information showing a safe resolution of the problem (the goal), and actions necessary to reach or maintain safety (the acceptable solutions).

Top 74 eLearning Posts from September 2010

eLearning Learning Posts

Ellison’s generic PowerPoint and inept delivery ultimately inspired a brilliant post from Garr Reynolds where he referred to him as “The Darth Vader of PowerPoint.”. Wikis in eLearning 2.0 - Learning with e’s , September 12, 2010 The latest issue of the journal Interactive Learning Environments is a special issue entitled: Towards eLearning 2.0 Another type of problem that designers can create for learners is too many distractions from too many tools.

eLearning Conferences 2012

Tony Karrer

link] February 19-23, 2012 Academic Conference, sponsored by the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Gozo, Malta. link] March 7-9, 2012 International Problem-based Learning Symposium: PBL and the Problematization of Teaching and Learning, 3 rd , Singapore, Singapore. Clayton R.

eLearning Conferences 2012


link] February19-23, 2012 Academic Conference,sponsored by the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Gozo, Malta. link] March 7-9, 2012 International Problem-based Learning Symposium: PBL and the Problematization ofTeaching and Learning, 3 rd , Singapore, Singapore. link] March13-16, 2012 Academic Conference,sponsored by the International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Las Vegas, Nevada,USA.