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Loosen up control to muscle up e-learning effectiveness?
Because instructors ultimately control the flow of e-learning information, many of them develop a debilitating disease: “Control-itis.”-
“Control-itis” arises when the trainer comes to believe wrong-headedly that he or she – not the elearner – dominates the e-learning process.
In fact, elearners ingest information at their own pace. They refuse force-feeding. When expected to ingest irrelevant information, their minds witch off, like those of generations of captive audiences in physical classrooms.
Online learners learn best when they themselves control the e-learning process. To help them function optimally, and to protect e-trainers from “Control-itis” infections:
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Ray Jimenez, PhD
“Helping Learners Learn Their Way”