Category Archives: Instructional design

E-learning Curriculum Design – Learning Chunks

Designing curriculum for the classroom is very different from designing e-learning curriculum.  One of the challenges for learners is that designers tend to make the serious mistake of creating large learning chunks. Just so that we’re all the same page … Continue reading

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Applying Adult Education Theory to Curriculum Design

Last week Mclean’s online posted an article written by a university student title “Learning Styles are Bogus.”  He wrote the article based on one peer reviewed paper and his inability to study. While I believe the article is flimsy, it … Continue reading

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