5 Tips to Develop Learner-centric Custom E-learning Courses

December 23, 2018

E-learning courses need to be learner-centric to ensure they engage the learner. There are many ways to do this. First, learning designers need to understand training requirements and the knowledge gaps in learners.Setting the right learning objectives is crucial because this will help learners know what they can expect from the course. This helps learning designers design assessments based on these objectives. To make the course appealing to learners, instructional designers will have to pay attention to the learner profile and the learning objectives to decide on the right instructional strategies and select the media elements for the course.

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International Council for School Leadership

"A school is as good as its principal"​. Our belief in this statement motivated us to form ICSL as a not-for-profit company with a focused agenda of empowering school leaders of the future to create schools of the future.Delivering student achievement is the core purpose of every successful school. Several societal and evolutionary factors have completely changed the perspectives that defined 'student achievement'​. These changes have magnified the existing pressures on principals to deliver quality education. ICSL aims at providing existing and aspiring principals with the right knowledge, skills, and support to tackle these challenges.

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