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What is an Instructional Designer and how to become one?
Thinking of a switch in your career? Are you fascinated by the instructional design industry?
An Instructional Designer is a person who ensures that students learn efficiently by creating high quality learning materials that take into account their strengths and weaknesses. It does sound interesting, so the question arises: How can one become Instructional Designer?
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Instructional Designer tips
4 essential Moodle plugins to make your course look great
Which plugins should you use to make your Moodle course look great?
With almost two thousand Moodle plugins out there, which ones should the course creator choose to enhance his/her courses? This article enlists some of the best Moodle plugins you can install in 2020.
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Instructional Designer tips
Kirkpatrick Model of evaluating Teacher Training programs
How to evaluate if the teacher training program you just conducted was a success?
This article aims to show how Kirkpatrick Model of evaluating Training can benefit schools and organizations that undertake teacher training programs.
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Which are the biggest eLearning challenges and how to beat them?
What you have to know to start your eLearning development journey as a former teacher?
In this article you will learn how to overcome the biggest eLearning challenges and daunting questions you might be asking yourself so you can meet students' needs with ease and style.
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tevent.io - An out of the box approach on ePortfolios
more than a browser-based platform that hosts ePortfolios.
A modern platform equipped with networking and collaboration tools meant for learners and tutors in all levels of Education, for professionals, for organisations, for institutions and businesses.
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What is VR's impact on education?
How VR can benefit students and what is its wider impact on Education?
Despite its wide impact in both entertainment and training fields, education has still been trying to find ways to embrace VR into classes. How VR can benefit students and what is its wider impact on Education?
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Key principles to consider when designing eLearning courses
How can a teacher who does not have the necessary background and experience in designing e-learning programs will be able to develop online courses from scratch
So, you have managed to survive the transition from traditional to online teaching. What happens from now on? Are you planning to continue teaching online because of the possibility of a new lockdown?
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Tips for instructional designers
How to be prepared for online teaching
Ηow to overcome potential difficulties that may arise in distance learning?
This article focuses on how technical and teaching difficulties that can occur in remote instruction can be overcome effectively
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Learning Theories: A quick overview
This course aims to help students and professionals who seek to understand the basic framework and differences of some of the main learning theories
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Space Adventure eLearning Game
Can serious games be fun?
How can an instructional designer/ developer incorporate the element of entertainment into educational games? See how in this example of ours.
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Instructional Design & eLearning Development tips
Padlet - A digital bulletin board
Facilitate communication and collaboration between students with Padlet
Padlet is a digital bulletin board in a web environment that allows teachers and students to post on the virtual board anything that is requested by the instructor.
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How to teach online? Useful and easy tips to follow
How can somebody who is not experienced enough become an eLearning educator?
Now that everyone is talking about converting conventional forms of work into eLearning, teachers and schools around the world seek to transform their methods of delivering content to students
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Tips for succesful eLearning
Live your eLearning myth in Greece
Have you ever heard this myths?
How many of the myths mentioned in this article do you encounter in schools or organizations that offer "unique" and "successful" e-learning programs?
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Opinion article
How to use True/False Variables in E-Learning
Elearning Heroes weekly challenge #271
This week, our elearning challenge is to share an example that demonstrates how true/false variables can be used in e-learning.
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Tips for instructional designers
What is Holoportation and why it is the next big thing in education
This brand new shiny gem of the technological breakthroughs
Holoporation is a combination of the words "hologram" and "teleportation". Holoportation enables the user to see, hear and interact with remote participants, in 3d (holograms), as if they are actually present in the same physical space (teleportation).
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Teleport into the future
Courseduck: A search engine for online courses!
Find & Compare Online Courses
CourseDuck is a website meant to help users search and compare courses offered by various institutions and organizations. Simply put, Courseduck is a search engine for online courses.
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Tooltips as Microinteractions in E-Learning #265
This week’s elearning heroes challenge is about Using Tooltips as Microinteractions in E-Learning.
ooltips are a popular microinteraction that can enhance your learner’s course experience. Tooltips can be text-based or include multimedia, hyperlinks, and performance support material. In this week's challenge, we're looking for creative ways to use tooltips in e-learning
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Tips for instructional designers
What is Project Based Learning?
Are you familiar with Project Based Learning? How does it differ from traditional classroom projects?
PBL is a didactic approach that differs from traditional projects. It is student-centered, as it sets emphasis on collaboration between learners, having them face challenges that have real-world application, increasing the chance of long-term retention of knowledge and skills
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A must-read article for teachers
Informal learning in eLearning?
Learning doesn't only happen inside a classroom, regular or virtual.
What is Informal Learning? What is the difference between Informal and Formal Learning? How can Informal Learning be applied to eLearning scenarios?
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  • What is an Instructional Designer and how to become one? Instructional Designer tips
  • 4 essential Moodle plugins to make your course look great Instructional Designer tips
  • Kirkpatrick Model of evaluating Teacher Training programs
  • Which are the biggest eLearning challenges and how to beat them?
  • tevent.io - An out of the box approach on ePortfolios
  • What is VR's impact on education?
  • Key principles to consider when designing eLearning courses Tips for instructional designers
  • How to be prepared for online teaching
  • Learning Theories: A quick overview free course
  • Space Adventure eLearning Game Instructional Design & eLearning Development tips
  • Padlet - A digital bulletin board
  • How to teach online? Useful and easy tips to follow Tips for succesful eLearning
  • Live your eLearning myth in Greece Opinion article
  • How to use True/False Variables in E-Learning Tips for instructional designers
  • What is Holoportation and why it is the next big thing in education Teleport into the future
  • Courseduck: A search engine for online courses!
  • Tooltips as Microinteractions in E-Learning #265 Tips for instructional designers
  • What is Project Based Learning? A must-read article for teachers
  • Informal learning in eLearning?

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Management tools
Classroom management is a term teachers use to describe the process of ensuring that classroom lessons run smoothly despite disruptive behavior by students. The term also implies the prevention of disruptive behavior
Gamification
Are your students bored? Do you think that there is no way to communicate with them? Those tools will help you make your lesson feel like a talk-show or a role playing game
Presentation tools
Do you still use Powerpoint? Check out the alternatives and find out how you can present information in a more engaging way
Learning on the go
M-learning or mobile learning is "learning across multiple contexts, through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices
Creativity tools
Creativity tools
Tools that can be used to support meta cognitive skills such as Creativity and High Order Thinking
Virtual Reality
Find out how to use VR in class using the right apparatus and the proper applications
Games in Education
A serious game or applied game is a game designed for a primary purpose other than pure entertainment.The "serious" adjective is generally prepended to refer to video games used by industries like defense, education, scientific exploration, health care, emergency management, city planning, engineering, and politics. The idea shares aspects with simulation generally, including flight simulation and medical simulation, but explicitly emphasizes the added pedagogical value of fun and competition.
Life long learning
Lifelong learning is the "ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated" pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. Therefore, it not only enhances social inclusion, active citizenship, and personal development, but also self-sustainability, as well as competitiveness and employability
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