Lesson 2 - Learning Styles and Educational Theories
Learn how to design for universal engagement, by catering for various learning styles and multiple intelligences.
Why is this so important? There are many different learning styles, and sometimes our preferences change depending on what we're learning. I'd much prefer to watch someone doing something mechanical like changing a tyre, before giving it a go myself, but with cooking? Hand me a recipe and let me work it out for myself. Do you know the preferred learning styles of your clients, for your content? Or are you delivering awesome content, in a mode that they simply won't engage with?
Think learning styles is a load of nonsense or a long standing myth that's recently been debunked?
There's been a bit of a buzz around this topic lately, but this article gives you the low down on the current research and summarises why it's still imperative to address them when you're designing your product, curriculum and resources.
Want to first check out all the lessons in Product Development?
Lesson 1: get inside your clients' heads and plan for their needs, by incorporating their specific circumstances.
Lesson 3: design a learning experience that sets clear expectations, and minimises refund requests and complaints.
Lesson 4: communicate with your clients in language that resonates with them specifically.
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