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In e-Learning, Is Content King?
Just as some elementary school teachers considered Albert Einstein a mathematical dunce, others gave up early on the language skills of Winston S. Churchill – recognized today as a genius of English prose. Here is one incident during a class in Latin:
Many instructors will insist that their students must learn all about a given subject. Their attitude hampers online learning. Other, more effective, e-teachers recognize that their online students are much more likely to learn information that equip them to perform their job functions.
e-Learning trainers and program developers who stress “total content” at the expense of “functional information” risk producing trainees who have mastered neither. If that is a problem in your elearning programs, consider:
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