Do you teach blue and white-collared workers the same way? Are math and ballet taught the same way? Do you try the same method of teaching in a classroom and for on-the-job training?
If your answer is NO to these questions, you know the importance of strategy.
A strategy is a long-term plan to achieve goals through the efficient use of available resources. Strategies are crucial for the success of any project, including e-learning.
An instructional strategy is a high-level plan of how a subject must be taught. It refers to the methods, techniques, and devices used to instruct learners. People often confuse ID strategies with models. An ID model is frame of reference for e-learning development; an ID strategy is unique and tailored to suit a particular training type.
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