Creating an effective and inclusive learning product is challenging and complex, but by addressing the foundations of your learning design approach, you create an opportunity to make a genuinely impactful and engaging experience for learners and also ensure that it has a positive impact on your business.
The phrase “build back better” has frequently been used in reference to the global lockdown as a golden opportunity to reflect and improve on the way that various social and educational systems work. We can do better than just returning to how things were before. But we think we should be aiming for more than just “build back better”. We want to build back fairer.
A few of the LearnJam team share products that they feel effectively helped develop their intrinsic motivation. Great design is often invisible to the user, we don’t think about how something works until, well – it’s not working! If you follow us here LearnJam, you’ve probably heard us talking about how we use our Learning … Read more
Research tells us that learning best occurs when we’re in a positive emotional state. ‘Framing’ is a powerful device from the field of positive psychology to keep a positive mindset in adverse situations. Read about one tool borrowed from design thinking that could help learners apply a positive frame throughout their learning journey, resulting in … Read more