The Learning Theory Of Cognitive Development In eLearning

There has been an ongoing debate amongst educators about the role of memory versus intelligence in fostering effective learning. It has long been held that learners are more successful in retaining new content if they consciously think about what’s being taught, as opposed to simply memorizing what they see on the slides or on a computer screen.

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8 Instructional Design Theories To Apply When Designing eLearning Courses For Adult Learners

Are you meeting the needs of your adult learners by using the correct Instructional Design processes? This article highlights the 8 most effective Instructional Design theories to apply when designing eLearning courses for adult learners.

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Merrill’s Principles Of Instruction: The Definitive Guide

Are you looking for an effective problem-centered strategy for your next eLearning course? In this article, I'll share everything you need to know about how to apply Merrill's Principles of Instruction in eLearning.

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Top 7 Instructional Design Theories & Models For Your Next eLearning Course

Knowing the foundational principles behind Instructional Design can help you create more effective eLearning experiences. Here are the top 7 Instructional Design theories & models that you should consider for your next eLearning course.

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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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