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Mini-Lessons: A Different Learning Approach

Raptivity

Although presented in small bites to satisfy today’s learners, effective mini-lessons follow good teaching practice. These observations, along with a simplified example of the process of learning, are presented using Raptivity Linker below. Have you created any mini learning sample(s)?

eLearning Example – Make Compliance Courses Engaging

eLearningArt

One of the ways I become a better eLearning designer is by finding good examples and trying to replicate the elements I like. Recently, my friend Brooke Schepker from Yukon Learning shared a sample course. View the sample course.

Use mini-scenarios for pocket-sized eLearning lessons

eLearningArt

Should you only option for example get one loan levitra buy cheap generic levitra you deem worthy to solve financial devastation. Input personal protection against you work when viagra 6 free samples super active viagra it take shopping spree. Both of the examples below.

Anatomy of an eLearning Lesson: Nine Events of Instruction

Integrated Learnings

You’re tasked with outlining an eLearning lesson. You’ve analyzed your content and audience, and you have a clear understanding of what learners need to be able to do by the end of the lesson. But how do you avoid designing a lesson that’s little more than a basic info dump? Elaborate on presented content by telling stories , explaining examples and non-examples, offering analogies, etc. Provide multiple examples of correct entries and common mistakes.

How to Write Good Assessment Questions

Association eLearning

It wasn’t in the lesson.”. For example, if the learner needs to put steps in order a sequencing question fits better than a multi-choice question. For example, option “B” is always correct. In other cases, a project or piece of sample work can be submitted.

70-20-10: Origin, Research, Purpose

Performance Learning Productivity

The course was basically a summary of the findings of The Lessons of Experience study done over a 13-year period at the Center and published in 1988. That left us with 75% of the Lessons of Success for the other three categories. This is a re-post of an article by Cal Wick of Fort Hill.

Commercial Games vs Learning Games: Avoid the “Bling”

Knowledge Guru

This developer shared several examples of games he had developed. All the sample games featured gorgeous graphics and lots of “action” in the games with things flashing, scores popping, and new game elements introduced as I advanced through levels.

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Best Practices for Voice-Over

CourseArc

Personalization Principle – People learn better from multimedia lessons when words are in conversational style rather than formal style. Voice Principle – People learn better when the narration in multimedia lessons is in a friendly human voice, rather than a machine voice.

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How Gagné’s Nine Events of Instruction Can Make Your Online Courses Better

CourseArc

For example: Start off with attention-grabbing graphics or video clips featuring interactive scenarios about the subject matter, which will require your students to focus and engage with your content. For example: Provide printable reference guides, downloadable templates, and job aids.

How to Target Training to Learner Personas (Free Worksheet)

Bottom-Line Performance

Blogs like this one share examples of award-winning training all the time, and it’s what people talk about at learning conferences as well. You want to make your training engaging… but why? Common sense tells us that engaging training is more likely to be successful.

Celebrating LearnDash’s 1-Year Anniversary with Exciting Updates!

LearnDash

For the past year, many of you have provided feedback in the forums and to our help desk about wanting to stylize the course content (specifically, the lesson and quiz lists). Expand and collapse lesson topics: Visitors can choose to view or hide the topics for the lessons.

Remembering Jay Cross and His Work

Experiencing eLearning

Someone asked me recently about what makes a thought leader, and Jay was one of the first people I mentioned as an example. What better way to remember him than with a small sampling of his own ideas? In the long run, evolution keeps life and the lessons of experience in perpetual beta.

The joy of UX

E-Learning Provocateur

But I decided to look on the bright side and consider this an opportunity to expand my sample size. Another lesson learned. One of the funniest tweets I have ever seen was brought to my attention by Vala Afshar … How it feels to watch a user test your product for the first time.

Serious Game Evaluation Worksheet (Free Download)

Knowledge Guru

The lessons you learn from playing a lot of different commercial games will translate into good game design decisions for serious games. It includes a quick sample analysis of Knowledge Guru as well as a blank sheet for you to copy and use as you evaluate many different games.

Learners Aren’t Robots: Put Emotion Back into Training

Association eLearning

Some of the most effective ways to inject emotion are to use stories and other examples. Taco Hut” is meant to be a generic sample name and does not reflect in any way on any business that may in fact have this name. You must turn off your emotions for the next hour.

Why Fun in Learning is Important

Growth Engineering

Shouldn’t we wake up each morning wondering what new lessons the day might bring? These are just three examples from the masses of research into the impact of fun in workplace learning. Practical Examples of Fun in Learning. The idea of fun in learning can be a hard one to grasp.

Utilizing Social Learning for Workplace Learning: What Can Learners and Managers Do?

G-Cube

For mandatory online lessons or exercises, make sure to take them with the rest of the peers. Build in Knowledge: Managers should give examples of topics to share or things to post. Share sample contributions to make sure that learners understand what kind of contents should be shared.

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Leader development is the question. Is mobile the answer?

Allison Rossett

The issue of transfer is tackled by reminders and abbreviated lessons and examples there at the moment of need. To our surprise, only 4% of a professionally active sample reported that they were using mobile devices for enterprise learning and support. When you look at the numbers associated with workplace learning and development, the investment in leader performance jumps out. Bersin Associates, now affiliated with Deloitte, wrote this in 2012: U.S.

eLearning: When Should You Record Your Voiceover Audio?

I Came, I Saw, I Learned

  You can listen to samples of my audio in videos I've posted to the IconLogic YouTube channel. Since simulations or soft skills lessons are typically produced slide-by-slide (in Captivate, Storyline, PowerPoint, or Presenter), I think it's best to record or import the audio directly onto the slide once the slide is done. by Kevin Siegel      Adding voiceover audio to eLearning enhances the learner experience.

Anatomy of an eLearning Lesson: Merrill’s First Principles

Integrated Learnings

This post mimics the earlier one about Gagne’s nine events of instruction by first defining the parts of Merrill’s model, and then applying it to a short eLearning lesson. Let’s look at an example of how Merrill’s first principles can be applied to a short eLearning lesson.

Training Employees Actually Makes Them Smarter

TOPYX LMS

Here is a small sampling of these features: Learning paths – Would you agree that educational courses are often overwhelming? Customized learning paths, a common LMS feature, basically takes a course and slices it up into several easy-to-absorb lessons.

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A Conversation with Danny Stefanic of LearnBrite

Kapp Notes

Enhanced perception through digital means can increase the level of engagement and thus effectiveness in a process of story, game and lesson. Check this example of a sample Articulate StoryLine course. The other day I had a great conversation with Danny Stefanic.

6 Ways to Add Sizzle to Your Classroom

Learning Rebels

Reinforce lessons by creating projects for teams to complete. Take Pictures: At the end of each module (or lesson) have participants take a picture of the flip-chart, the PPT screen, or something (or people) in the room that will remind them later of the topic.

Designing Online Courses for Different Learning Preferences

CourseArc

The solution here may be to follow the same organizational layout for your courses (so the format feels consistent for users who move from module to module) while using specific media examples that speak to the needs of the anticipated user population.

Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3

Edmego Learning

What will help them to retain the main points of each course or lesson? These are just a sample of questions you need to ask yourself as you prepare your content. Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3.

Captivate ‘Slide Views’ and Completion Status

ICS Learning

” The can arise in situations where, for example, the project is set to not mark complete until “100%” of all slides are viewed…but what does ‘viewed’ mean? As soon as we have some R&D time, we’ll mock up a few sample CP lessons and test the theory!

Discover the Secrets that Make the Story-Based Lesson Tick

Vignettes Learning

From the start to the end of the lesson, this has to be the tie and glue that leads the learners to engagement. If you break this dynamics of opposing wants, you remove the essence of a good story lesson. Check below for samples to comments or click here.

Video is the New Text.Hmmm!

Will at Work Learning

Nothing persuades our learners better than seeing real people who are like them -- giving testimony, telling their stories, giving their lessons learned. Take for example the TED videos , the New York Times , The Economist. Still too many opportunities are lost for getting employees on video telling their stories and lessons learned. Here's a sampling: My latest one on learning objectives (good overall, with some minor issues).

Learning Objectives – Your Course GPS

360 Training

For example, a learner may be able to “explain” something to a trainer or coach—but in an online asynchronous course, we may need the learner to instead “list key components” or “assess a situation based on a scenario and choose an appropriate response to it.” Does the learner need to identify 100% of the errors in a piece of sample text in order to be considered a success? What about the complexity of the writing in that sample text?

Using Characters in Your Online Training

Trivantis

Present lesson content in an engaging way. For example, in this sample e-Learning course offered in Lectora® University, a character is used as a guide and to offer tips throughout the course.

Product Review – Adobe Captivate Prime LMS

eLearning 24-7

Under gamification to attain levels and thus acquire badges (on the admin side) cannot change the points to attain a specific level badge (example shortly on what I am referring to). In this example, you will see how the timeline works.

Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3

Edmego Learning

What will help them to retain the main points of each course or lesson? These are just a sample of questions you need to ask yourself as you prepare your content. Maximizing Retention In E-Learning – Part 3.

ASTD Techknowledge Post-Conference Resources

Knowledge Guru

Between Sharon’s “Lessons from the Trenches” presentation and our “Powerful Learning Games Presentation” that we co-presented, we had plenty of opportunity to discuss serious games with you.

Interactivity – What Should It Look Like?

E-learning Uncovered

Learners who already know the information can breeze right through at warp speed and do not need to be bored with the etiquette lesson. For example, hold up your left hand and make the “OK” sign. Uncategorized design interactivity samples