The ability to pinpoint how learning occurs is equally complex as the brain itself. We know how the brain receives stimulus through receptors, how the brain processes related sensory triggers in different parts of the […]
Wisdom for Instructional Designers: Training, Development, Design, and psychology
Author: Chris McKinney
Dedicated, creative professional. Self-starter who is always up for new challenges. Adapts well in a fast-paced work environment where things are both heavy in traffic flow and consistently changing. Proficient in data analytics, innovating current procedures to boost education, reduce cost as well as maximize return value. Experiences include: 6+ years specialized in team training and development 4+ years Asst. Regional Manager committed to improving recommendation rate and metrics through the development of customer-facing employees 2+ years in mobile design and development.
Designs that Unclog Working Memory
The Organ The human brain has an unlimited capacity for evolving knowledge. In instructional design, learners must be the center of all stages of a specific module via research, development, design, or implementation. How humans […]
Early humans showcased the ability to learn about discoveries, innovation, and ideas from past great scientists and thinkers (Ormrod, Schunk, & Gredler, 2009). Theses characteristics humans apart from other species (Ormrod, Schunk, & Gredler, 2009). […]