We all know that strong transitions are critical components of an effective instructional design. But how good are we at actually writing powerful transitions? Try this “Transition Words” list for ideas to help spice up the transitions in your next design.
So, you wanna use fancy punctuation? There are two methods you can use: the “ALT key” method and the “insert symbol” method: “ALT key” method Foreign characters and symbols can be generated by combining the ALT key (found to the left of the space bar) with multiple numeric keystrokes (called “codes”). For example, to typeContinue reading “àççéñts”
Are you connecting? So, what do you do when learner Mollie lands in your learning environment and she wants to know, “What do you have here that’s relevant to me?” Does your course offer Mollie cues that she might learn something useful? Does your course begin with a “hook” that draws Mollie in to theContinue reading “Invite interaction”
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Let’s celebrate the spaces between… Objects in a composition need to breathe. White space offers an airy canvas stage on which the parts of your design can freely dance. Just ask Mark Boulton, graphic designer and writer from the UK. Here’s my favorite part about Mark’s view on white space: “Whitespace is often used to create aContinue reading “White space”