Instructional Design and Technology for 'Old School' Teachers

by Mariana Baptista Goncalves

Foundational Knowledge for Instructional Designers

Instructional designers (IDs) have a crucial role in education as they are responsible for creating learning curricula that is engaging and rooted in well-founded literature of how we learn best and what affects learning. In order to be an effective… Continue Reading →

How Do We Learn Best?

The idea that each of us has a personal preference on the type of instruction media we believe we learn best, also known as our learning style, has been widespread in the field education for many years. Some are referred… Continue Reading →

Understanding how the networks we construct affect learning

As teachers, we are always on the look out for new research findings and ideas that not only attempt to explain how we learn but that also may give us new ideas and strategies on how to improve the learning… Continue Reading →

The Learning Process and The Brain

The human brain is absolutely fascinating! Although many scientific findings have emerged int he last few decades, there is still so much more to be learned. Speaking about learning, what exactly is learning? In a broad view, learning is the… Continue Reading →

Learning About Instructional Design

Instructional Design is not a new concept for ‘Old School’ teachers as we have all spent endless hours on lesson planning. However, there is so much more out there! I thought it would be worthy digging a little deeper to… Continue Reading →

Hello ‘Old School’ Teachers!

If you have been a school teacher for a while you might feel uncomfortable with the idea of changing. Maybe you believe that your experience and effectiveness as a teacher has seemed to work so far, so why bother learning… Continue Reading →

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