In our last two posts, we defined Scenario-based Learning (SBL) and its key components and after that explained when to use SBL. Let us now
# Online Training Development
Take on the omnipresent attention-deficit disorder, overload of information, never-ending to-do list, and lack of interest, with animation-based training. “The Brain Lady” Dr. Susan Weinschenk
In our last post, we defined Scenario-based Learning (SBL) and discussed its key components. Now, we are all set to explore various learning situations where
My Dad was a remarkable story-teller. Whenever I stumbled upon a problem and looked up to my Dad for a suggestion, he would promptly mold
You say, “we have tried instructor-led training and have seen reasonable success. Is eLearning worth the risk?” We say, “hell, yes.” Let us elaborate. As
Creating eLearning is nothing less than making a Swiss Watch. While the learner experiences a good curriculum design with intuitive and real-life scenarios, just like
Making high-quality animation doesn’t mean you have to perfect every frame to Disney standards – rather, it’s about moulding every story the right way to
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 are just like a ladder. They bridge the gap between the learners’ existing skill sets and what’s expected of them, step-by-step.