Instructional strategies are a set of methods, techniques and devices that are used by learning experts or instructional designers to support the internal processes of learning by employees/learners. It is a high level approach taken to define how a particular subject is taught.
In an eLearning course, the participation in the learning process needs to be at three levels:
If there is a right balance of intellectual, emotional and physical participation in the way eLearning courses are designed, the courses will be well-received by the participants and the training objectives will be attained. So, how does one ensure the right balance?
There are instructional design strategies, instructional design components that serve as guidelines for learning experts as they design eLearning courses. What are these guidelines and components, and how can one use them effectively in an eLearning course? To understand these and more, join us in the live webinar 5 Instructional Design Strategies for Creating Better E-learning. In the webinar, we will talk about how basic instructional design strategies can be tweaked to suit your specific training needs and audiences.
The webinar will specifically address the following questions that are critical to the development of effective eLearning courses.