I was asked late last week, what my approach was in regards to creating an eLearning course so this is how I answered it.
For those that are not in the know, I have been working on a side project at home. I am currently writing and will be producing a short animated film based on the classic story of Snow White.
For those that don’t know, I.Q. means “Intelligence Quotient”, and is a measure of deductive reasoning, as defined by many intellectuals and how they perceive reasoning should be. Hmmm… what if you aren’t an intellectual, or don’t think the way they do?
Recently, I have been at a contract job working on a set (3) of Apple iBooks. These were to assist general practice registrars navigate their way through the maze of general practice training. They covered employment as a registrar, including employment terms and conditions; exam preparation, including advice on study partners and how to utilise practice case studies; support, including wellbeing tips and the importance of looking after yourself; and training resources, including information about the Australian General Practice Training program…
Blended learning is an umbrella term for learning methods that combine digital technology and traditional, in-person training. In my last workplace, we were trying to introduce a fairly new paradigm called “Flipped Classroom”.
Last night our smoke detector went off, woke me up and gave me a great sense of curiosity on how they work. Upon reading several sites, I found this little factoid for all those geeks like me out there.
Earlier this year, I was fortunate to work on a project using Mahara. For those that don’t know, Mahara is an E-Portfolio system. E-Portfolio systems are a place to store institutional and personal learning articles or ‘artefacts’…..