eLearning Concepts

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The best way to create terrible e-Learning is to dump content in an authoring tool (as if it was PowerPoint) add some questions and call it a course. Everybody knows (or should know) that learning development starts with defining clear learning objectives. This blog post precedes the course and tool to explain to you the basics on how to create good learning objectives. 
Sunday, 25 August 2013 20:36

Bloom’s Taxonomy Applied To Football

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Bloom’s taxonomy is still a hot subject in the eLearning and education world. We have decided to take the challenge and so we provide here an application of Bloom’s taxonomy to football. We chose football since it is a subject dear to many students and workers worldwide, due to the huge popularity of this sport. Readers not particularly interested or knowledgeable into football will find it very simple to translate this particular application of the taxonomy to any other team sports such as Basket, American Football, Hockey, Baseball, and more. 
Friday, 04 January 2013 13:59

The 60-Second guide to Blooms Taxonomy

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Learning levels, learning domains, reflecting and extending learning, cognitive, perceptual, affective, interpersonal, and psychomotor. Do these words sound familiar or not? What are the levels of learning?