# Instructional Design

The ultimate ADDIE checklist for your e-learning instructional design

ADDIE is a simple five-step process for instructional design, originally developed in 1975 for the US Army. Most instructional design models are based on the

3 great examples of game-based learning

By now, if you’ve been following this blog, you’re aware that game-based learning is a great way to improve engagement in e-learning. But in practice,

E-learning Instructional Design: Striking the Right Note

How do you create instructional design that delivers the results your learners deserve?  To create an outstanding online training experience that leverages quality e-learning design,

How do we learn? Through experience, repetition, and engagement

One of our clients at Hornbill FX is in the business of training teachers on how to teach more effectively… based on how their young

From plain text to an engaging learning experience: Instructional design at work

Instructional design comprises a complex mix of elements, and refers to the way that the curriculum is communicated to the user through games, activities, assessments

Learning Methodologies Explained with Building Blocks

Learning methodologies can be complex and boring. But in case you are explaining them to a client, much of the complexity can be avoided.

Learning Objectives, Dynamic Programming and a Cup of Coffee

Learning Objectives are just like a ladder. They bridge the gap between the learners’ existing skill sets and what’s expected of them, step-by-step.

Learning Done Right!

Learning is effective when you process and retain the information you learn. In this week’s post, let us learn how to use Instructional Design to