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Design learning for accountability

Design learning for accountability

Learning anything is an effort. As learning designers, we have to convince learners that it's worth them making the effort to learn. One way of doing this is to design activities that require learners to explain what they've learned to others - literally to 'give an...

Are you building a creepy treehouse for your learners?

Are you building a creepy treehouse for your learners?

So what is a 'creepy treehouse' in learning design, and how do you know if you've built one? When Jeremy Hunsinger talked with Ding on our podcast, he used the phrase 'creepy treehouse' to describe the act of 'building a learning experience based on what we like, now...

Cognitive constructivism

Cognitive constructivism

In a previous post, we proposed that learning theories are key tools in every learning designer's toolbox.  There are many different theories that attempt to explain how learning happens, and no single theory is sufficient to fully grasp the complexity of learning. So...

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