The Path to Effective Assessments in Corporate Training | eLearning Blog

At heart, learning is action and reflection, and instruction is designed action and guided reflection. As instructional designers, we should be creating learning experiences that are a series of problems supplemented with resources to guide performance and then feedback to refine understanding.  Such problem-solving, when evaluated (whether scaffolded with feedback or not, but why would […]

Source: The Path to Effective Assessments in Corporate Training | eLearning Blog

Published by Mat Beecher

I enjoy leadership, conflict resolution, organizational health, talent management, adult learning theory, eLearning, and technology. I hold a Master's degree in International Negotiation and Dispute Resolution with a focus on Organizational Leadership. I currently work for an eLearning company and recruit IT instructors. I love Articulate Storyline, Captivate, Javascript, Python, HTML, CSS, and PowerPoint, and use them to design interactive learning modules, graphics, and learning experiences. In my free time, I learn online, blog, develop content, disc golf, camp, and travel.

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