To conquer overwhelming courses with oodles and oodles of serious content, add playful, bite size exercises.
For goodness sakes, you promised people they will learn in your course so ensure that!
That’s right! The word on the street is people are getting frustrated with e-courses and 85% tend not to finish!
I believe they do want to finish as they paid good money and are eager to learn…
In the last few blogs, I have been reviewing biz and marketing e-courses I have taken from:
Nathalie Lussier, and
In this blog, I review an e-course I am took by Derek
Last week I reviewed one of the 4 business e-courses I have taken over the last months. More specifically, I reviewed Leonie Dawson’s goddess biz e-course on creating a kickass business that
In a previous post, I reviewed one of the 4 business courses I have taken over the last months. More specifically, I reviewed Kimberly Wilson’s e-course on creating a conscious and creative business.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll share my views on other e-courses I have taken. More specifically, I will point out the things that work and need improving from the perspective of an
Remember learning like this?
What is this teacher doing wrong?
He’s being a Sage on the Stage. Lecture, lecture, blah, blah, blah … zzzzzzzzzzz.
He is not engaging the students but is talking
Have you hugged your e-learners today?
I think they need it.
Happy learners = People who are looked after
Think about it
An e-learner is someone
We might have forgotten what it’s like to be a learner. Actually, putting ourselves into the shoes of our learners is the best way to develop a good course. Hint.
Learning can be fun, especially
My mission LearnWell is a motive to provide strategies and resources for creating great learning experiences for learners of any kind.
To support my mission I have a number