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 →
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 →
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 →
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 →
Eklavya, one of the tragic heroes of Mahabharata, learned archery on his own and became such a great archer that Dronacharya began to fear that he would far exceed the capabilities of Arjuna, his disciple. What was it that kept… Continue Reading →
Feelings and emotions belong to a realm different than that of rational thoughts. In fact, the part of our brain responsible for making us feel or experience emotions is the amygdala, which helps us process threats and feel good about… Continue Reading →
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