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Category Psychology

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 →

Why the Knowledge of Instructional Design Improves your Life?

Instructional Design is the study of the theories, models, and methods that make learning transfer effective. Most of these concepts apply as readily to life and other kinds of communication as they do to learning. I believe that being an… Continue Reading →

The Sneeze – A Short Story about the Behavioral Immune System

Anita sneezed. Not once, but twice.In the pre-Covid era, nobody would have given a damn, but today, every one of her dozen co-passengers in the Delhi Metro turned to look at her. She had tried to stop herself from sneezing,… Continue Reading →

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