Saturday, September 19, 2009

My take on the "Typical Elearning Projects"

Sorry, I can't help it if elearning firms don't believe in the value of communication and feedback!
(Images from project

1 comment:

TonyD said...

I still remember the first class I taught.

I remember sitting in my office afterward reflecting on my new understanding: The course was too fast for some attendees, too slow for some attendees, and just right for some attendees.

And -- even if I hid that fact from them by appropriate distractions and entertainments -- every class was destined to have the same problem.

So now I'm much more circumspect. There are target markets and imperfect knowledge. I try to remember that most of my criticism reflects my own imperfect understanding.

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