Content chunking involves organizing information in “chunks” so that it’s easier for learners to digest. Instead of memorizing multiple concepts, online learners are able to analyze each concept thoroughly and absorb the content, one bite at a time. Once they’ve assimilated the content, they move onto the next concept.
Each year, the Samford Office of Online and Professional Studies department hosts a special workshop called Innovate. This year, our Innovate 2019 keynote speaker presented Dee Fink's Creating Significant Learning Experiences (Fink, 2013)
As an instructional designer and educator, understanding and using Bloom's revised taxonomy is crucial to creating significant learning experiences. An important part of the course design process is aligning the Bloom's levels with the topic.
Designing a website is a great way to add innovative learning into your course. In this video, we'll walk through using WiX as a learning tool in your classroom.
An infographic is a visual tool that delivers information in a succinct, engaging manner. The basic components include text, content and idea organization, imagery, and supporting citations (if applicable).