Instructional Design Techniques For Adaptive Learning

If you’re interested in adaptive learning but unsure when and how to apply it, these learning challenges and 12 proven examples from highly effective training programs will get you started. The result is deeper, more efficient training for learners.

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How To Design Better Multiple-Choice Questions

Good multiple-choice questions are difficult to write. But writing good multiple-choice questions isn’t optional. Poorly written multiple-choice questions can compromise assessment data, confuse participants, and cause organizational and legal problems. In this article, I discuss some truly critical aspects of writing good multiple-choice questions so that you can start making your questions better right away.

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Understanding Instructional Design Basics

In modern business models, the latest trend is to go for non-traditional training approaches. Virtual learning is therefore favored. Businesses are making way for eLearning, forgetting the traditional learning model guided by a qualified professional. Instructional Designers ensure that this is a bump-free process for online learners and that knowledge is acquired without an instructor.

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Working With SMEs

Are you an entry-level Instructional Designer who has been given the task to work with/interview an SME? Take a deep breath and relax for a moment. This article will help you survive your first meeting and lay out some important information you need to know.

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Free eBook: Instructional Design 101

Choosing the best Instructional Design strategy for designing and developing an astounding online training course that benefits your organization is not an easy task. In this article, I'll discuss how and why mastering Instructional Design can lead to very effective online training courses.

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5 Main Reasons Why Instructional Design Matters In eLearning

Instructional Design is one of the most vital aspects of eLearning, and without it, eLearning would be just text on a screen. It is the systematic practice of designing and developing instructional experiences similar to those of instructors. ID is meant to aid in delivering a better learning experience for learners.

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5 Instructional Design Tips To Consider For Simulation Training

Creating simulation training for your employees is quite a task. Read this article to learn how to effectively develop these courses. And, uncover 5 Instructional Design tips for simulation training that need to be considered.

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How And Why You Should Use Simulation And Scenario-Based eLearning In Your Training

When training fails, it's usually due to poor Instructional Design. Training programs must not only equip staff with the skills they need to perform well now, but also advance their career prospects. Simulation-based and scenario-based eLearning are essential strategies to achieve this goal.

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