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Direct Proposals to organize a new Education in the Knowledge Society.
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Innovations in Education - Teacher Creativity Leads to Student Creativity

Innovations in Education - Teacher Creativity Leads to Student Creativity | A New Society, a new education! | Scoop.it

One way to design a transfer task is to imagine what someone in “the real world” might do with that knowledge and skill – what kind of work would they be doing? 

 

Then, build a plausible scenario where students can be in those roles, and/or make it real by having their final product, thinking, and ideas shared with an authentic audience.

 


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3 Considerations When Chunking eLearning Content

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It’s a fact, learners want quick, bite-size pieces of eLearning content to make it easier to progress through a course and to make the training experience more “manageable”.

 

This post will cover one main concept that will lead you to successful eLearning design: "chunking information”.


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Merrill on Instructional Design

This is a brief introduction to Dr. Merrill's thoughts about instructional design.

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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, April 8, 2013 3:10 PM

Here's a video lecture from David Merrill a long time pro in ID.   He reminds us to show, not tell, and to offer quality opportunities for quality application.  Motivation (based in learning) Plus Substance is the key.