Free eBook: Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning

Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning

To make your first steps in designing an eLearning course for adults, you have to acknowledge not only the needs of this specific learning group but also the fact that they seek active learning and a certain degree of control over their learning. Only by integrating the above you can achieve satisfactory learner engagement through the interactions you’ll select and apply.

Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning
Discover how adults learn and how interactivity helps make eLearning courses highly engaging and productive for them.

Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning will help you deal with both instructor-led and self-paced eLearning, with the focus on making interactivity work for all parts involved. You’ll also learn about the instructional usage each type of interaction has. Peruse the various examples given and, along with the introduction on how adults learn, get in shape to deliver high-level adult eLearning.

About The eBook

Taking things from the start, Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning will help you enter the world of adult learning. Upon reading it, you’ll be able to tell what adult learners want from your course, the factors that influence adult learning, and the elements that you must include. After these, the eBook gets straight to the point, presenting numerous examples for each of the four levels of interactivity, giving you food for thought that will open your appetite and point you in the right direction to make things work.

Let’s take a look at the key chapters of the eBook:

  • Introduction To Adult Learning
  • Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity
  • Example: Level 1 Interactivity
  • Examples: Level 2 Interactivity
  • Examples: Level 3 Interactivity
  • Examples: Level 4 Interactivity

After a general introduction, Raptivity shines the spotlight on motivation and experience. These two major factors act as cornerstones, but then you must make sure that you consider the degree of involvement, making your courses problem-centered, offering live experiences to your adult learners, and incorporating real-world applications. Then you get down to defining the four levels of interactivity in eLearning: passive learning, limited interactions, moderate interactions, and enriched interactions. All four levels are equally presented in Adult Learning And Levels Of Interactivity In eLearning, because you will not always need high levels of interactivity.

Hitting it off with the first level of interactivity, you can read about buildup and rollover, flash/flip/panning cards, steps or ladder depiction, etc. for quickly revisiting information and testing knowledge. In the second level, you’ll find tabs, interactive eBooks or videos, a character dialog, useful for employee training, and labeled images or graphics. Getting further to the third level, mini scenarios make their appearance, preferred for attending a customer and dealing with a series of problematic situations. The final level deals with complex simulations for skill development and serious games applied in product or compliance training. The possibilities seem endless, and it all comes down to making the right combination.

If you want to discover the valuable insight on adult learning and learn the different levels of interactivity in eLearning, download this eBook today.

eBook Release: VIVAHR
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