Applying Bloom’s Taxonomy In eLearning

Bloom's Taxonomy provides a framework for developing strong learning objectives. However, when it was created in 1956 when eLearning didn't exist, it was intended for in-class style training. How can you adapt it to create strong learning objectives for eLearning?

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A Practical Check-In With 4 Of The Most Popular Instructional Design Models

When choosing which Instructional Design model to apply in a learning course, it's often helpful to determine which methodologies are most applicable to the needs of your learners. The following article highlights 4 of the most popular Instructional Design models and how best to utilize them in training.

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Taxonomy Of eLearning: Does eLearning Need A New Taxonomy?

How do we measure success? The accomplishment of one’s goals, right? So, how do we measure success in eLearning? That would depend on who is asked; teacher, student, school manager, or vendor? It is easy to see how this question, then, could cause confusion. Do we then need a new taxonomy of eLearning?

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6 Tips To Write Measurable Learning Objectives For Online Training

A well-written learning objective must be clear, concise, and actionable. It should tell the employees exactly what they need to accomplish, how their proficiency will be measured, and what materials they have at their disposal. In this article, I'll share 6 tips for writing measurable learning objectives for your online training program.

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8 Tips To Write Learning Objectives For Corporate eLearning

Are your employees able to set their sights on the finish line? Or does your online training program make them wander aimlessly? In this article, I'll share 8 tips on how to write effective learning objectives for your corporate eLearning program.

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Bloom’s Taxonomy Verbs: Why I Still Love Bloom But Not His Verbs

There is a tendency to either place too much focus on Bloom’s Taxonomy verbs, or to discard the taxonomy altogether as not being useful. However, there is a middle path, one that can guide your decision on what kind of intervention is useful, based on your goals and where learners currently are.

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Defining Learning Outcomes To Reinforce Scenario-Based Learning

Using scenario-based learning assists in making learning more interactive by situating learners in a realistic learning environment. Here is some instruction on how to use this type of learning to define learning outcomes and achieve desired business goals.

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Learning Objectives Vs Learning Activities: What’s The Difference?

Learning objectives and learning activities are two crucial pieces of ammunition in the eLearning provider's arsenal. They have a role in making lessons engaging and fruitful. Here, we explore the binary relationship of learning objectives vs learning activities by discussing the difference and understanding the importance of both.

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