#WorkingOutLoud on Virtual Learning Design Tips

I’m delivering a session later this week around Virtual Learning, and specifically the role of curiosity and creativity in learning. I’m trying to make it a mix of the thoughtful and the applied: so a bit of a ramble through the Landscape of Curiosity, and then some specific techniques, tips, and two case studies of what you can actually do about it. Today i am just #WorkingOutLoud sharing some of the illustrations i’ve done for it. I may build out articles around some of these in due course.

This first one poses the simple question of what you are trying to achieve from a shift to Virtual.

These next two are about what can go right…

… and what can go wrong!

This final one (still in progress) i am working on to explore metacognition, trying to find the right layout and language to encourage Instructional Designers to consider what it is, and how we plan for it within design.

About julianstodd

Author and Founder of Sea Salt Learning. My work explores the Social Age. I’ve written ten books, and over 2,000 articles, and still learning...
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