The popularity of online learning is growing at an incredible rate. The ability to extent the reach of your content to a global audience, or let your learners access your content in a far more convenient way, is proving to be a great attraction.
Case studies and role-playing for effective online delivery
As you move in-person training programs to online delivery, a key challenge will be the design of learning activities that promote problem solving and critical thinking, two key aspect for optimal learning.
Two effective eLearning design strategies to strengthen your eLearning approach are case studies and role playing simulations.
Many people look at online education from the perspective of content to be read, seen or heard online in an individual learner setting.
Thankfully for the social learners out there, technology has advanced to allow us to include interactive face-to-face learning within an online model. Think of webinars, Skype, Google hangout type sessions.
As you consider the investment to transform existing content into an online or blended format that combines person-to-person and online, it is important to first understand the true costs of the current model you operate with.