visualisation and imagery

hi. recently i realised that my long term pet project of creating and sharing ID training resources has been on the back burner for quite a while. (things have an awkward way of coming up!) so to reassure myself that i haven’t forgotten it completely, here’s an update. as always, help yourselves and i’d love…

“page turner”

this is what i have (repeatedly!) heard as a description to indict a course as utterly, eyeball-dissolvingly boring. have you ever wondered why a boring course is referred to as a page turner when the original meaning meant something madly fascinating?! how did elearning manage to totally twist the meaning and reassign it? does anyone…

elearning and levels of design

i was deeply dissatisfied with what could pass as a high fidelity course, so i had cobbled this together. more than for classifying a design/course i used it as a reminder at the beginning of projects to remind myself of what i should try to do. jus’ sharing it here in case it’s of use…

cognitive sequence for advanced learning

i had recently mentioned doing a reading experiment. during the experiment, in the process of watching myself think and learn, i had this notion – like many IDs – of how bloom’s taxonomy is far from infallible. while i deeply love the clarity of thought and the framework the man proposed where there was initially…

how i read theory: a running commentary log

before i begin you bet i’m daunted. this theorist is a cult figure¬†and prolific writer. i’ve tried to read him before and failed miserably, so at any rate, the prospect of failing again doesn’t particularly bother me: been there, done that! ¬† the background i’m bringing to the text is my primary background as an…