Articulate Storyline 360

I wanted to share my experience with Articulate Storyline. I had a copy of Storyline 2.0 that was given to me as part of a grant project. I didn’t find it easy to work with or useful for the work I was trying to do. This may have been because I was a confident user … Continue reading Articulate Storyline 360

Flipping the Classroom

When we think of a flipped classroom, we often associate it with children and face-to-face, but flipped classrooms are not just for kids or in person. In fact, I think a well done flipped classroom works well with all ages and locations. The key here is “well done”. Anyone can list a bunch of videos … Continue reading Flipping the Classroom

Let the Games Begin

In our training, we often use games as a way of solidifying information we have been introduced to via PowerPoint, lecture, etc. through active learning. Although some scoff at the idea of using games in adult education in particular, I have observed that even, the class members who grumble at first, end up having a good … Continue reading Let the Games Begin