All About The Emotions-Driven Learning Process In Adults

For decades, learning was mainly examined from the cognitive and motivational aspects. In this article, we explore how emotions have a substantial influence on the cognitive processes in humans, including perception, attention, learning, memory, reasoning, and problem-solving.

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How Animation Boosts Students’ Motivation And Engagement In Online Courses

Student completion rates have always been something that has made an Instructional Designer’s job difficult. Educators have tried and tried but very few succeed in maintaining morale, let alone raising it.

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How To Develop A Gamification Strategy That Improves Learning Motivation: 8 Core Drives

Motivation matters in learning. And this is part of the attraction of gamification. Games inherently are motivational. Very few board or card games are played by families or friends because it was deemed mandatory. Playing the game is its own reward. This chapter explores what motivates learners and how gamification can tap into that motivation.

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Friction-Free Training Leads To Learning With Traction

Training should be a habit, an automatic behavior. But learning requires effort. That's why IDs should reduce friction that could keep learners from completing eLearning and instead add friction to training content. This slows learners down and forces them to think about their learning.

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