Human Design for Engagement and Critical Thinking by Chris Jennings : Learning Solutions Magazine

Amidst all the effusion of how MOOCs are signing up hundreds of thousands of learners, democratizing education, and forever changing the way future generations will learn, we often overlook learners’ low engagement and high attrition rates. While technology that teaches so many people at scale is certainly impressive, if an online course doesn’t inspire users to think critically about the subject matter, it has not met its course objectives.

It’s not enough to slap together a series of textual notes, PowerPoint slides, or talking-head videos followed by a quiz, and call it “eLearning.” In order to compensate for the lack of real-time learning feedback, you must use the advantages of the Internet to overcome its disadvantages and engage learners.

via Human Design for Engagement and Critical Thinking by Chris Jennings : Learning Solutions Magazine.


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