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Self-Fulfilling Prophecy In eLearning

Self-Fulfilling Prophecy In eLearning

One huge obstacle in education since the beginning of time is the self-fulfilling prophecy. This prophecy is problematic for teachers as well as students. Here is how eLearning can minimize its negative effects on academic performance, and maybe even use the prophecy to its own advantage.

Self-Advocacy: “Is That All There Is?” Or Can We Add Value To eLearning By Creating A Self Advocacy Culture?

Self-Advocacy: “Is That All There Is?” Or Can We Add Value To eLearning By Creating A Self Advocacy Culture?

Do you ever wonder what celebrities from days gone by would think of your eLearning courses? I think all the time about how I would answer mid-20th century American jazz singer Peggy Lee if she asked me, “Is that all there is… to eLearning?”. Regrettably, the world will never know what contributions miss Lee might have made to our eLearning initiatives. I am going to insist here though that training to become a better “worker bee” is not all there is to eLearning. Here is how a culture of self-advocacy can add value to the eLearning universe.

The Basics of Design Thinking in eLearning

The Basics Of Design Thinking In eLearning

Design thinking is a term that has been used for years in a variety of business industries. In particular for eLearning professionals, is a way to develop eLearning deliverables that are always on target and offer real value to your audience. In this article, I'll highlight the basic ideas behind design thinking in eLearning and the stages involved.