Wednesday, November 29, 2006


Tom King @ Mobilemind has an interesting article worth a second look:
Effective learning is more than Flash interactions


Too often we use ADDIE and elearning like a defibrillator-- perhaps rescuing the organization during the current "crisis," but doing little or nothing in terms of the big picture planning for preparation, ongoing "treatment", coaching/support and transition to sustained independent performance. Crisis solved. But what about the heart patient with an exercise-free, high-cholesterol, high-stress lifestyle? Would the medical community just move on and wait for the next incident?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Glad you found this and found it interesting. I wish I could take all the credit, but I was inspired by Dr. Michael Allen's presentation at Learning 2006.

Last that I heard over 500 people have registered for his free seminar on December 1st on "A New View of eLearning Design"-- an update to the very content that inspired my post.

Interested? I hope to see you and others there. Register here: