Learning is a complex process that involves the integration of various cognitive, affective, and psychomotor elements. One of the most widely recognized frameworks for understanding how learning happens is Bloom’s Taxonomy, which was first developed by educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom in the 1950s.Continue reading
In recent years, eLearning has become an increasingly popular method for delivering training and education across a wide range of industries. This is due in part to the convenience and flexibility it offers learners, as well as the cost-effectiveness and efficiency it provides for organisations.Continue reading
Accessibility refers to the design of products, devices, services, or environments for people who have disabilities. It involves making sure that people with disabilities can independently perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the product or service.
It’s an important consideration in the development of elearning because it ensures that all learners, regardless of their abilities or disabilities, can access and benefit from the educational material. In this article, we will explore the reasons why accessibility matters in elearning and discuss how to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to create inclusive and effective learning experiences for all.Continue reading
Gaining initial interest and keeping students engaged is an ever-growing task. Learners need more than just PowerPoints and textbooks to stay focused. They need unique and exciting content that keeps them interested and progressing in their education. PowToon and Vyond are two great tools that can help increase interactivity and engagement in your classroom. Both tools allow you to create engaging, animated videos that can be used to supplement your lesson plans.Continue reading
Are you an education provider that struggles to create powerful eLearning content? Teachers are often looking for new ways to make learning interesting for different kinds of learners. For example, Pauline Gibbons, an education researcher, tells us, “Rather than trying to simplify information, amplifying the curriculum means finding as many ways as possible to make key information comprehensible.” This article explores several techniques for creating eLearning content that will keep students engaged.Continue reading
Artificial intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming an integral part of our daily lives. From our smartphones to our homes and cars, AI is transforming the way we interact with the world around us. But what does this mean for the future of education? We asked ChatGPT ourselves.Continue reading
Fortunately, some modern problems call for modern solutions. In this guide, we will look into how top-notch learning management systems (LMS) like Canvas can help reduce teachers’ workload and allow educators to focus on things that matter to them most.Continue reading
The pandemic has forced many schools, businesses, and RTOs to close their doors and move to online learning. The spread of Covid-19 and its global challenges has undoubtedly seen a change in how we learn. Although this was a difficult transition for many, it has also shown that online learning can be just as effective as in-person learning. In this article, we will look at some of the benefits of online learning that make it here to stay post-pandemic.
Doing things yourself is often a valuable option. However, as the eLearning space becomes more complex and learners become more sophisticated, businesses investing in eLearning are needing qualified eLearning consultants more and more. While there are many benefits for a business to hire an eLearning consultant as a way to improve employee productivity and knowledge retention, businesses should also be aware of the challenges involved in order to make the best decision for the needs of their team.
In this article, we discuss the ease and difficulty of working with consultants for your next eLearning project.Continue reading
Why is it that we can sit our children in front of Peppa Pig, The Simpsons or Paw Patrol at any time and not hear a pin drop for minutes on end? Yet, have them read a book and they can barely keep still for a few seconds. You can probably see where this is going. Let’s see how animation is able to capture the attention of learners in ways no other format of storytelling can.Continue reading