David Lincoln

      Have you seen examples from your own experience where e-learning both lived up to it’s promise of delivering effective and engaging content/learning and where it failed to deliver what it promised?

      I took the EAP digital learning course and it live up to its promise . The instructional content supported the learning and it included some problem solving content with a guided approach. Some of the content on the online courses this year have involved a lot of behavoural content and not a lot of engagment or processing of congnitive skills or problem solving. It was all a bit passive.

      Also, think of one question you have about the article, maybe something that didn’t make sense or something you’d like to know more about and add it here.

      How instructioinal methods support the cognitive process and more about the near and far transfer.:bye: