"The quoted facts around the production of e-learning are often difficult to understand. It appears that, on average, an hour’s worth of learning will take approximately 79 hours of development. Of course it does depend upon what is meant by ‘Learning’ and ‘Development’.
A web-search pointed towards the Chapman Alliance as a good source (often quoted) of production timings."
"Make It Stick" and "How We Learn" Inside Higher Ed (blog) Most graduate programs offer too little training in pedagogy and brain science. Large lecture classes built around a knowledge transmission model of teaching are still too prevalent.
November 23, 2014 One of the biggest affordances of technology is towards the enhancement of the concept of personalized learning. Internet and more particularly web 2.0 technologies and mobile apps...
The old Richmond Academy is opening it's doors again, this time for a new kind of learning environment. They're changing what used to be classrooms for math and English, into rooms filled with new technology and new ideas.