Being an instructional designer is like no other role in an organization, especially in an ever-accelerating environment that depends upon an agile workforce that can deal with the pressure to do more with less. Join us for this members-only Ask-A-Coach session with instructional designer and author Julie Winkle-Giulioni. Julie will facilitate a candid conversation about the instructional designer role, its unique challenges, how it’s changing, and how you can keep up with it.
Welcome to my site on Google Apps (GSuite) and how to use them. Here I'm building up a collection of instructional posts to help you to use the apps. Latest update: I've started a series of posts on GOOGLE SHEETS FUNCTIONS. Check them out on the Google Sheets page. Support my blog by buying my books! :) A collection…
t’s no secret that kids learn better when teachers provide learning activities that keep them engaged. Teachers work tirelessly to plan engaging lessons that capture and keep the interests of their students, thereby making content more accessible. However, teachers continue to feel the daunting pressure to compete for their students’ attention amidst the ever-evolving and rapidly-hanging mass media, social media, and entertainment industry, as these elements do a stellar job of keeping students highly engaged outside of the classroom.
Although it is vitally important for us to know and understand our students' interests and the best conditions under which they learn, there is good news: It’s not necessary that we focus our efforts on competing with the devices and activities our students engage in during their downtime outside of the classroom! Recreation, entertainment, and downtime for students outside of the classroom are just that: recreation, entertainment, and downtime. Students expect to come to school to learn and to be challenged (although they may never tell us that).
Immersive experiences have a powerful impact on attitudes and behavior. Ongoing research on whether VR can enhance soft skills, such as empathy, or influence or change behavior could dramatically change the future of eLearning.
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