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A common shortcoming with e-learning is that learners fail to connect with the content. There are many contributing factors to this problem, but chief among them is that many lessons fail to adequately create meaningful and relevant context. This context can create powerful instructional interactivity. It is created by attending to the elements of design that help the learner relate new information to familiar and important things. Of course this seems obvious, but it is not always so simple to build appropriate context.
In this webinar, Ethan Edwards will bestow straightforward design strategies that focus on designing activities, which result in appropriate contexts for your desired outcomes.
Key takeaways include:
Explore five specific steps to guide e-learning design towards more meaningful context.
Discover how context builds relevance and connection with the learner.
Apply the multiple aspects of design that combine to create context.