Fluency equals speed plus accuracy. To train for speed and fluency, you need to provide learners lots of practice to build skills.
How do you learn about learning science? Recommendations for people to follow, books to read, and other resources.
How research informs my work as an instructional designer, in writing, designing, and justifying my decisions.
How many options do you need in a branching scenario for each decision point? What number gives the best balance of realism and manageable complexity?
SMEs are passionate about their topics, and they often want to include irrelevant information. Why should you focus on what’s important, and how can you convince your SMEs?
At the end of last year, Bryan Jones from eLearningArt reached out to me for
Patti Shank’s Practice and Feedback for Deeper Learning is a summary of tactics you can use to create memorable, relevant practice opportunities and provide constructive, beneficial feedback for learners. Everything in the book is backed by research and written to be immediately usable by instructional designers and trainers.
Patti Shank’s latest book, Write and Organize for Deeper Learning, is a great read for
It’s a common complaint about online education that students plagiarize, but my horror stories aren’t about students. My horror stories are about developing online courses.