As we explore our transformation to learning experience design (LXD), we can see that some principles have solidified and are now considered best practices.
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Have you ever considered starting a learning design career in higher education? Have you wondered if academia is the best fit for your preferences and interests? In this episode, Peter Shea and I discuss the roles that instructional designers play in higher education and what it’s like to work in that environment.
If you are looking for ways to bring creativity into your work, these two books may be just what you need. In Design Thinking for Training and Development, you’ll find a method for innovative thinking that adapts well to learning design. In Instructional Story Design, you’ll find creative ways to connect with the audience through stories.
By understanding a learner’s mental models, we can improve our user interfaces, instructional interventions and overall learning experiences.
Effective analogies for learning rely on the transfer of a familiar concept to a new concept. Review the guidelines for writing more effective analogies.
Consistent research demonstrates that the missing ingredient to many study routines that seek long-term retention is repeated retrieval practice. It is more beneficial than repeated study.