This goes for your eLearning c[ As eLearning designers, we have to understand adult learning psychology to create courses that appeal to them and make them want to learn what you want to teach. Most adult learners are anxious about being able to adapt to, and perform in a virtual learning environment. We have to overcome these obstacles by giving the learner compelling reasons to take our courses.
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17 Tips To Motivate Adult Learners - eLearning Industry
They do this simply by playing with toys, solving puzzles, and observing the environment around them. In fact, children learn so much so quickly that they achieve a vocabulary of around 6, words by the age of six. But what motivates them to learn? Well firstly, kids are curious.
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We all know that courses must be meaningful and motivational to learners , but, unfortunately, not all Instructional designers know how to engage adult learners. When adults are required to take courses that they have no interest in, or find irrelevant to their needs, their level of motivation and consequently their retention level will be low. Instructional designers need to work hard to come up with motivational strategies for adult learners.
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