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Gamification, Game-based Learning, and the Adult Learner

In our next clubhouse meeting on Saturday, January 14, 2023, we’ll be discussing gamification and game-based learning. If you are reading this, you are cordially invited to join us for the discussion “Gamification, Game-based Learning, and the Adult Learner.” Now… Continue Reading →

AI Art and Content – Should Content Creators and Instructional Designers be Worried?

(Note: This article is based on some experimental reconnaissance of the AI paradigm and how it is set to impact content creation.) Let me begin by explaining a few key terms as non-technically as possible…and of course, with a warning… Continue Reading →

What is AI Art?

AI Art is the new buzzword in the air, the new kid on the tech-block, the easy-peasy graphic tool everyone’s tinkering with, and so a couple of weeks ago, I threw caution to wind and dived in head first into… Continue Reading →

Cyber-clubbing with the Clubhouse App.

Last month we began hosting weekly live clubhouse chat rooms around instructional design. Every Saturday, at 11 am IST (or 5:30 am UTC) we gather to ask and answer questions related to instructional design, training, elearning, and emotional intelligence. If… Continue Reading →

A Culturally Diverse Audience & Instructional Design

Among all kinds of diverse audience that an Instructional Designer may have to address, a culturally audience is probably the trickiest. Mostly because it influences everyone equally. Content creators have tried to come up with abstract generalizations such as high-context… Continue Reading →

7 Deadly Sins of eLearning Design

“eLearning Sucks!” “eLearning is $*!#!” “eLearning doesn’t work!” I am sure that you’ve heard at least one of these super-sad statements before. I have. I have seen them being bandied about on social media and talked about during webinars. And… Continue Reading →

Motivation, Learner Motivation, and the ARCS Model

Happy Learners = Contented Instructional Designers 🙂 What is Motivation? Before introducing the ARCS model, I would like to define the term motivation. While, Motivation is defined in several different ways, I prefer to define it as the urge to… Continue Reading →

Jean Piaget – Genetic Epistemology, Constructivism, and Instructional Design

Jean Piaget (b.1896 –  d.1980) was a Swiss Psychologist and Biologist who did a lot of path breaking work in the area of genetic epistemology and gave the theory of constructivism. What is Genetic Epistemology? Genetic Epistemology, which is primarily… Continue Reading →

The Jan-Feb Issue of The FOUNT will reach your inbox tomorrow.

The Feb-March 2022 or the Spring Issue of “The FOUNT – The ID Magazine for the Evolved Learning Professional” goes out tomorrow. In this Spring issue of The FOUNT: • Read “Ethics in Training & Education” by Mukul Saxena, Head –… Continue Reading →

Chanakya: The Thinkers, Philosophers, and Teachers (Part 3)

Chanakya, also known as Kautilya and Vishnu Gupta was an Indian Economist, teacher, master-strategist, and a political thinker was born in 375 BC. He was the architect of Mauryan empire, the largest empire in ancient India. It is said that… Continue Reading →

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