Posted on Wed, 05/10/2017 - 07:06
An integral part of developing an elearning program is creating an end goal that demonstrates the effectiveness of the experience.
It’s vital to have a system in place to ensure the objectives of the course are being met and the learners are successfully moving through each stage or level, finally reaching the conclusion satisfactorily.
The first step is to determine the desired outcome of the learning experience. What is the learning goal? How is mastery of the material demonstrated? What does a successful completion of the program look like?
When developing goals for a learning experience, there are a few aspects that come into play:
Being mindful of these strategies will provide appropriate accountability for the short-term as well as the overall effectiveness of the activity or program.
Effectiveness over time is the goal for elearning development. We want to produce game-based learning experiences that remain useful and relevant over the long haul.
The blueprint for making this happen looks like this:
The development of a successful elearning program is much more likely when the right assessments and opportunities for analysis are in place. Use management to aid in the creation of goals and objectives. Accept that perfection is unattainable, but the development of an effective elearning product that benefits learners is not.
By Designing Digitally, Inc.