Provided by guest blogger, Stefanie Gardner, graduate student University of St. Francis, MS Training and Development program
An instructor needs to be thinking what the learner should gain from an e-learning course as they are designing the course. The outcomes of the e-learning experience need to be outlined along with the course. The assessing of these outcomes should be learner Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, Dawn Budreau, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.
Is feedback the responsibility of the teacher or the student? What does “feedback” really mean? In their 2019 article, “Developing a Learning-Centred Framework for Feedback Literacy,” Molloy, Boud, and Henderson (2019) tackle these questions and more as they present Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, J. Mike Condreay, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MS in Training and Development program.
Madonna’s Material Girl song came to me when I read an article on training assessment for the millennial generation. It is easy to simply replace the words material with millennial. The question that remains is can the millennial process replace the materialistic needs of a fully functioning training program? Continue reading
This post is provided by guest blogger, Tricia DeFay, graduate student at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, MBA in Health Administration program.
In the article “Teaching Strategies of Award-winning Online Instructors” Ralph (2020) looks at a recent study performed by Kumar et al (2019) that examined the course design and teaching practices used by top-rated online instructors. Eight award-winning university instructors were interviewed for the study. Data analysis revealed these five key elements: Continue reading