As learning designers very little is more worthy of our time and attention than well conceived and perfectly functional learning objectives. Perhaps because of this the topic is rife with controversy and misunderstandings abound. Here’s my take on LOs and an example of Rise embedded in WordPress with Brian Batt’s awesome plugin. Click the Launch […]
A few months ago I had the pleasure of facilitating the Facilitating Learning Online (FLO) course, not once but twice. One of the ongoing assignments in FLO is to reflect on and share weekly learning nuggets. As we all know, teaching is the best way to learn so I had many of my own learning […]
There is a difference between education and training. If you’ve been working in the field for any length of time you probably know that. Those new to learning design may have a sense of the differences but may not have made a clear distinction between the two. As Jay Cross famously quipped: “If your sixteen […]
I like ADDIE. She’s like that friend who’s always there for you. She’s dependable, flexible, and keeps you on course (pun intended). Sure, she’s not as trendy or exciting as some of your other friends. Rarely is she the life of party, but you can count on her to never steer you wrong. ADDIE is […]
There was once only one “agogy” and now there are many. Most educators are intimately familiar with pedagogy – the art and science of educating and teaching children. Some are also familiar with andragogy – the art and science of educating and teaching adults. Recently a few more agogies have surfaced so I thought it was high time to explore […]
This is one of the best and clearest infographics on the writing process I’ve seen. Thanks Visually and Ann Handley! Enjoy! by taniacreative.