7 Better Learning Principles For Custom eLearning

by Cinecraft Productions

Have you ever asked, “How do I convince my stakeholders that it's in the organization’s best interest to produce eLearning that is interactive and focused on the learners' performance?” This eBook will give you the tools for your next conversation and project.

Key Chapters

  1. Introduction to the 7 Better Learning Principles

  2. 4 Tips for Designing Authentic Custom eLearning

  3. Why it is Important for L&D Managers to Design Timely Custom eLearning Solutions

  4. How L&D Managers Can Impact Learners with Relevant Custom eLearning Solutions

  5. How Do You Design an Efficient eLearning Course?

  6. Custom eLearning UX and UI Best Practices: How are You Captivating Your Learner?

  7. Successful Custom eLearning: Top Tips L&D Managers Can Use to Create a Fun Learning Experience

  8. The Benefits of Designing Custom eLearning that is Attainable and Void of Obstacles

  9. A Final Note: Conclusion

  10. Better Learning Principles Assessment: Scorecard

I would argue that cognitive apprenticeship is a more effective teaching technique than most other approaches. The technique draws on the theory that a more knowledgeable person engages in a task with a more novice person by describing their own thoughts as they work on a task. Here they provide modeling of behaviors, coaching, scaffolding (where the teacher enables the student to perform the task by gradually shredding away assistance), articulation, reflection, and finally exploration.

The 7 Better Learning Principles is not only an enjoyable read but provides critical calibration for any Learning and Development practitioner or manager. I recommend diving into these actionable, common-sense principles with your Learning and Development team to analyze your L&D outputs and explore your learning strategy.

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Cara North
Senior Learning Experience Designer