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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 →

Instructional Design in the Metaverse – The Future of Learning

According to Gartner, a metaverse is “a collective virtual space, created by the convergence of virtually enhanced physical and digital reality.” As technology continues to touch and transform every aspect of our lives, it’s interesting to imagine how learning would… Continue Reading →

The Behaviorists – Part 1 of 3: B.F. Skinner

Behaviorism is an approach that suggests that learning can be brought about through manipulation of behavior. Among the famous behaviorists was Dr. B. F. Skinner or Burrhus Frederic Skinner. B.F. Skinner was an American Professor of Psychology. He was educated… Continue Reading →

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