Ways To Apply The Pareto Principle To Learning

How can you apply the Pareto principle to learning? Ask any teacher, and they will tell you that they dedicate 80% of their time to 20% of the students. But there is more to this than just the time spent. When designing adult learning programs, there are rules you may want to keep in mind. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

3 Elements Of Good Storytelling: From Game Of Thrones To Adult Learning

From a campfire in a primeval forest to binging on Netflix, we process and understand our world and ourselves through the narratives we tell. We naturally gravitated toward storytelling as a vital tool in learning. But what can we—as learning professionals—learn from the great storytellers? This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

Dissect An xAPI Statement: Adult Learning With Technology

Discovering more about xAPI can be a lengthy and sometimes confusing process. There are plenty of resources out there that step you through each facet of the xAPI Statement. I thought I'd put my spin on a resource in a way that helped me understand the structure. This post was first published on eLearning Industry.

5 Key Elements Every eLearning Course Targeting Adult Learners Should Have

Do adults learn in the same way as their younger counterparts? Or do they need their own special approach to absorb the information? In this article, I'll share 5 key elements that every eLearning course targeting adult learners should have.

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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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