Understanding Adult Learning

Adults learn in a very different way to that of children and students. Adults have a lot on their mind and are difficult to motivate and engage with. So how do we negate these problems and create successful learning? Let’s first understand Adult Learning. Malcolm Shepard Knowles was an American educator well known for the Read more about Understanding Adult Learning[…]

There’s nothing funny about Fun

The concept of eLearning should be a fun experience. Does an interactive talking dog or a messy office where you click on objects to read a point really make your eLearning course fun? To an extent it does, but it does not challenge or motivate learners in any meaningful way.  According to gamification techniques, fun Read more about There’s nothing funny about Fun[…]

Cognitive Overload

Take a moment to think about how much information you are exposed to on a daily basis through news in print, articles, websites, television adverts, promotions and social media. Every day we are constantly being overloaded with information that often leave us overwhelmed and confused. Learners experience the same problem when taking an eLearning course Read more about Cognitive Overload[…]

eLearning mistakes to avoid

By the time you are done designing your eLearning course, you most probably too eager to hit publish or are blinded by any mistakes in the course. Errors in your course can influence your eLearning credibility and make learning difficult for your learners. So before you publish, take a breather and then review your course Read more about eLearning mistakes to avoid[…]

Flipping learning on its side

What is a flipped classroom? A flipped classroom is a model in which lectures and content is viewed online at home, whilst homework elements of a course is done in the classroom. It is an offspring from blended learning that has proven to lead to better learner results.   How it works? With the vast Read more about Flipping learning on its side[…]

Developing your Inner Leader

Being a leader has nothing to do with titles, one’s position in the hierarchy of a company or how many degrees one has. Leadership is the ability to influence and translate vision into reality. Robin Sharma, the best-selling author, summarises leadership perfectly as “Leadership is a philosophy. It’s an attitude. It’s a state of mind. Read more about Developing your Inner Leader[…]

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