eLearning Strategies

flipped mastery learning

Flipped Mastery

Flipped Mastery Learning The traditional classroom model has been in place for many years, with teachers delivering lectures and students frantically taking notes in hopes of retaining as much information as possible. But in recent years, the flipped mastery learning model has gained attention as a potential game-changer. This approach allows learners to master concepts …

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Scenario Learning

Scenario Based Learning In recent years, scenario based learning has become an increasingly popular way to motivate and engage learners. This type of learning involves presenting employees with realistic, hypothetical scenarios and asking them to solve the problems that arise. Unlike traditional instruction methods, which can often be dry and boring, scenario based learning makes …

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Online Facilitator When it comes to elearning, one of the most important skills for a online facilitator is the ability to create engaging experiences that keep students interested and motivated. By using creative approaches and incorporating multimedia elements into their lessons, online facilitators can ensure that students stay engaged and learn effectively. In addition, they …

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Universal Design for Learning

Universal Instructional Design There are many different types of assessments used for elearning. Each assessment has its own unique purpose and benefits. However, sometimes an assessment can be a barrier to success rather than a help. Universal Instructional Design provides methods for assessing learners that remove any potential barriers. By using UID, you can make …

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