Instructional Design

Instructional design is the heart of any learning, whether on or off line, that's why we champion the Discovery Method and Empath Way
03 Sep

It’s easy to create a pants piece of eLearning… but what goes into creating a really exceptional eLearning unit that will motivate, engage and delight learners? You may not realise it, but creating 1 hour’s… [Read More]

06 May

The user experience hierarchy of needs is a theory of learning you can use to get people loving their learning once again. The pyramid below explains that it’s not just what the learner is being… [Read More]

01 May

Bloom’s Taxonomy explains that there are different levels of learning, from in-depth ‘creating’ learning tasks, down to more basic ‘knowledge’-based approaches. Good Instructional Designers (clever clogs who write eLearning units) know that Bloom’s Taxonomy is… [Read More]

29 Dec

By now, you’ve hopefully heard a fair amount about gamification, the application of gaming mechanics to non-gaming scenarios. We believe it’s the best way to get learners engaged with training content.

29 Dec

Let’s face it: the common perception of eLearning is that it’s about as exciting as filling out a tax return. Click through text; mix in a little audio, some video and a few tick-box quizzes.… [Read More]

15 Feb

Based on The Bartle Test (a game player classification system) eLearners can be divided into 4 types. The types relate to the Gamification of real world activities because they help to make sure you are making things… [Read More]