Given the increasing workforce demands for skilled workers who manage critical systems, the need for highly effective training has never been greater...
June 3, 2014
Using Problem-Based Learning for
Effective Workforce Development
Given the increasing workforce demands for skilled workers who manage critical systems, the need for highly effective training has never been greater. The traditional model of instruction, practice and testing, while adequate for some educational goals, cannot be fully relied on for complex problem-solving tasks.
The ability to understand complex systems, identify and understand problems, identify solutions and then enact those solutions requires more than a purely academic understanding. It requires the ability to run, without constraint, through the six levels of the cognitive domain, seamlessly and efficiently.
How you could create mobile learning experiences which allow your learners to access all their eLearning seamlessly irrespective of which device they are on?
If you could have the power to preview how your content will look on your learners' devices of varying screen sizes without physically having to test it on those devices?
Whether you need to create multiple eLearning courses for multiple devices to deliver mobile learning in its true sense?
If you have, you should be attending this webinar to get these questions answered and learn how with Adobe Captivate you can create truly stunning mobile learning courses for an audience that is mobile.
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Flipping the Learning Paradigm with Adobe Presenter Date: July 22nd Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
A growing trend in Higher Education suggests - move the content delivery out of the classroom and bring the students back in. What this essentially means is, a large number of Higher Ed institutions are embracing Flipped Learning, which lets you make use of the precious class time better to encourage collaborative learning.
Create Stunning Mobile Learning Courses With Adobe Captivate Date: June 17th Time: 9:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET
Have you always wondered how you could create mobile learning experiences which allow your learners to access all their eLearning seamlessly irrespective of which device they are on? Learn how with Adobe Captivate you can create truly stunning mobile learning courses for an audience that is mobile.
Online training and virtual learning environments, or VLEs, have been around for a decade or more. Why should you pay attention to them now? Over the past year, their capabilities have increased significantly, with new features and benefits that improve your ability to present, manage and evaluate learning, as well as provide strategic input for your organization.
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