The Signaling Principle
Multimedia Principles - Signaling. Explore how using voice and visual cues can help your learners focus, organize, and process your content.
Bloom's Taxonomy for Affective Learning and Teaching
By Terri Langan
This lesson focuses on the affective domain, which refers to attitudes of awareness, interest, attention, concern and responsibility. Users quiz themselves on their basic understanding of the content.
Principle-Based Teaching Inventory
Instructors complete a simple, informal inventory that helps them to see how they use the Seven Principles of Good Practice in Undergraduate Education developed by Chickering and Gamson (supported by AAHE, ACE, Johnson and Lilly foundations) in 1987.
Design Principles Introduction
Explore the history behind today's eLearning best practices in this introduction to our design principles series.
Bloom's Taxonomy for Psychomotor Learning and Teaching
Learners read about the six levels of the psychomotor domain taxonomy and quiz themselves on a basic understanding of the content.
The Coherence Principle
Explore how the coherence principle uses concise narration and graphics to illustrate good eLearning.
The Contiguity Principle
Explore how aligning on-screen text and narration with graphics can help improve knowledge retention and learner engagement.
My Online Experience: Case Study - Dana
Users of this learning object review a case study of an online student and her experience with her instructor. They determine the principles of good practice for teaching online.
Students and the Online Learning Environment
Users of this learning object evaluate the early online experiences of four hypothetical students and record the lessons that can be learned about what to do and what not to do to create effective online learning environments.
The Multimedia Principle
Explore how using words and pictures in eLearning produces better results than just using words alone.
Bloom's Taxonomy For Cognitive Learning and Teaching
The users of this learning object read a brief introduction to the six levels of Bloom's Cognitive Taxonomy and quiz themselves on a basic understanding of the levels.