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Cognitive Science Results in Dynamic Courses

17/05/2016
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Over the past few weeks we’ve talked about ways in which our cognitive science expertise can be seen in our courses and instructional designs, but we haven’t discussed the details of why. Obviously, the application of principles validated by the most up-to-date research will […]

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The Three Types of Cognitive Load

12/05/2016
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Last week we introduced the Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) and how World Learning Hub avoids overloading eLearners with too much cognitive input. This week we want to delve deeper into the application of CLT to eLearning courses by talking about the three types of cognitive loads.
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Cognitive Load Theory: Getting Learning Right

03/05/2016
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In addition to being great storytellers, we’re also great at the application of cognitive science principles. Last week, our newsletter outlined the CCAF design model and how it is applied to one of our courses. However, the CCAF design model is just one of the tools in […]

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The CCAF Design Model: Learning By Doing

26/04/2016
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Here at World Learning Hub we believe that our commitment to applying cognitive science research principles to our learning is what sets us apart. Our polished, relatable, workplace stories are built on a foundation of several modern scientific education methodologies. This means that when combined with […]

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Myths About eLearning

21/10/2015
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The growth of the internet and home computers has made electronic learning more viable and practical than ever before. Long gone are the days when students would need to physically travel to a classroom in order to learn. Today, you can quickly and easily access a wealth of […]

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