How to set up an eLearning team (in a nutshell)

Note: This post is a supporting reading piece/summary of my session titled “Great eLearning team – a force to be reckoned with” that was part of an asynchronous conference organized by Professional Development 4 Instructional Designers. The event was...

Tool: Disney Brainstorming Method

When things fail – don’t fret, don’t throw your sketchbook away! Follow Walt Disney and switch your creativity! Instead, look at your idea/plan from three different perspectives: firstly generate new ideas from an innovative and creative perspective...

Tool: Brainstorming with SCAMPER

We all know and love good ol’ brainstorming (or maybe we don’t… read more about my on-again-off-again relationship with brainstorming, just click here), and – when done correctly – it can bring amazing results. But brainstorming is not...

Objectives Taxonomies, part 4 of 4: Six Facets of Understanding

Following a learning taxonomy, teaching can have a logical path, consisting of rational and beneficial exercises or knowledge chunks. There are other taxonomies as well (Bloom’s Taxonomy, SOLO Taxonomy, and Fink’s Taxonomy of Significant Learning; all...