The Anatomy of an eLearning Course

In the previous posts on this topic, we discussed the advantages that eLearning offers to organizations and the challenges that they face while implementing elearning. We are now ready to drill deeper into eLearning and understand what it constitutes, because…

The IDEAL – Topic: Active Learning

Active Learning Active learning refers to the methods that engage or involve learner in the learning – thus, moving from the plain old lecture-based sessions to more interactive and collaborative ones. (Charles C. Bonwell and James A. Eison, 1991). Thus…

The IDEAL – Topic: The Algo-Heuristic Method

The Algo-Heuristic Theory or the Algorithmic – Heuristic Theory defines three types of instructional rules. Descriptive rules – describe what the process is. Prescriptive rules – describe what should be done. Permissive rules – provide alternatives to the prescriptive rules.…