Some of My Favorite eLearning Resources Some of My Favorite eLearning Resources

Looking for eLearning resources? You’ve come to the right place! Here’s a quick list of some of my favorite resources on the web: Instructional Design Models and Definitions: Rapid eLearning / AGILE The ADDIE Model ADDIE vs AGILE Bloom’s Taxonomy Online Resources: eLearning Industry eLearning Guild EdSurge Training Industry Association for Talent Development (formerly American […]

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Adaptive Learning: Not Just Another Brick in the Wall Adaptive Learning: Not Just Another Brick in the Wall

I support adaptive learning, especially the applications of AR/VR, AI, gamification, and micro-learning for a more personalized experience that helps overcome the Forgetting Curve. I typically incorporate technology, micro-learning, social media, texting, and gamification into my trainings. (See the below videos for a few examples.) For adaptive learning to truly be effective, digital technologies should […]

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Basic Coding Intro for Middle School Girls Basic Coding Intro for Middle School Girls

For my edX Micro Masters certification in Instructional Design Models, I chose to develop a 20-minute video tutorial on a technical topic. Over the past seven weeks, I’ve been developing a curriculum, designing presentations for eLearning as well as Instructor-Led Trainings (ILT) in a classroom with actual students. I created this presentation as part of […]

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Developing Learning Objective Scenarios Developing Learning Objective Scenarios

My latest project for my edX Micro Masters certification in Instructional Design involves developing learning objectives and questions for Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) for a couple different learning scenarios. Based upon Bloom’s Taxonomy for developing learning objectives, here is what I’ve come up with: Scenario #1: For the past ten years, KawKan has been using a […]

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