One of the unique aspects of the e-learning industry is how often it changes and how quickly you have to adapt to that change. Regardless of your background, education, or professional experience, becoming a better e-learning designer requires a willingness to learn new things.
In recent free webinar on the 10 Lessons Learned My First Year in E-Learning, I talked about my realization that the field of e-learning is so much more than just the practice of instructional design. Becoming a better e-learning designer required me to learn the subtlety of graphic design, the art of visual communications, the technical aspects of user interface design, and much more! Instructional design was just one piece of a larger skillset that I needed to master.
In de e-learning wereld is ADDIE het meest gebruikte model bij e-learning ontwikkeling. Het staat voor Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement en Evaluate. Ik heb dat verwerkt tot recept e-leren, waarbij de samenhang van de verschillende stappen duidelijker naar voren komt.
We trappen 2016 af met Dotstorming, een eenvoudige toepassing waarmee je ideeën op een bord plaatst waarna iedereen met de link kan reageren op en/of stemmen voor die ideeën. Zo zie je meteen welke voorstellen een groter draagvlak hebben. Een kruising tussen Padlet en Tricider, zeg maar. Het is dus een soort brainstorm tool, maar wij willen…
Learning can happen anytime, anywhere, with those around us serving as invaluable sources of inspiration, experience, and knowledge. In many respects, the world is our teacher, but we must be aware of how to tap into the educational opportunities it can offer. Both social and informal learning models are rooted in this ideology.
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An integrated set of resources for technology-enhanced learning design across discplines, organised under the headings of seven Cs: conceptualise, capture, create, communicate, collaborate, consider and consolidate.
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