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There are many community-building benefits of holding live online meetings in your course. Learn how to make the most of these sessions.
Reflection is making meaning of our experiences. It allows students to review their understanding, make connections, and draw conclusions about what they learned and how it applies to them. That’s big stuff.
Generating your own answers to questions is much more powerful than selecting an answer from a list. It engages your brain differently. Take advantage of how the brain works.
Microlearning is breaking larger topics into very small chunks, maybe a 2-3-minute video, an infographic, or a page of text. Personalization is when learners are able to move through the material as they see fit. The two together are powerful partners in learning.
People have preferred ways of learning. Some like to read. Some like to watch videos. Others like to listen. And mixed in with those types are those who like to do alongside the instructions. You can’t build a perfect course for each learner, but you can address many learning preferences in one course by offering choices.
Adult learning principles can be considered guides when designing your online course. Let’s look at each of the principles in depth.
Spaced learning takes advantage of brain science. If we design a course well, we can use that to help our students engage with the content more deeply.