Tesseract Learning is on forefront of the learning space by contributing various blogs and write-ups on newer as well as traditional tools, technologies, trends and design ideas.
Here are some of the blogs that we have contributed over time. The list will be updated as and when we come up with newer blogs.
Stories and scenarios create a great impact on the learning process, as the learners are emotionally connected to the content being taught. In this article, I will share few examples of how to combine story-based learning and a scenario-based learning approach for an immersive eLearning experience.
The way you use visuals, layouts, color, and font in your Instructor-Led Training (ILT) and Virtual ILT (VILT) has the potential to attract and engage your learners.
I believe that microlearning has several benefits for organizations that are looking for quick wins such as increased learner participation, memorability of courses, and quick deployment/easy updates to the courses. In this article, I will share 5 key benefits based on my experience.
Good games have strong, avatar-based play and compelling storylines that keep players on tenterhooks throughout the experience. In my experience, I have found avatars and immersive stories work very well in eLearning games. In this article, I will share my understanding of this gamification solution.
The impact of good stories in eLearning or any form of learning need not be emphasized more thanks to their successful adoption over the years. In this article, I will share few examples of good storytelling in the context of eLearning.
Who would have thought that the once popular Flash which is still loved by many would slowly be phased out and replaced by HTML5 and other responsive ready frameworks? I share my perspective on why migrating relevant Flash courses is still worth the money.
With growing popularity of smartphones and tablets, mobile learning is increasingly finding acceptance. Its unique features are changing the way we design, develop, and impart learning. In this article, I will focus on some design ideas that can create the right impact for a mobile learning implementation.
When microlearning was invented or rather discovered, it was called bite-sized learning. I wondered if it had something to do with a "tea time" games that many people indulge in. No pun intended.
Although both gamification and game-based eLearning seek to increase learner engagement and effectiveness of the training, there are key differences that need to be understood. Understanding them will ensure that you adopt the appropriate strategy for your training program.
Corporate training, or custom learning, when aligned to the company’s vision, strategic goals, and brand helps the company reap several benefits when done the right way.
When Microlearning made its advent few years ago, most L&D professionals thought it was another way of chunking large modules into smaller modules and present it to their learners. Some thought it was a nice way to introduce learning bytes through smartphone as Smartphones were making rapid progress at the same time.
After attending the Learning Technologies expo in London this year, I am excited and am keen to share my thoughts.
Every time I attend Learning Technologies expo, there is something new to learn, gain insights into new areas, and learn about the latest learning approaches. This year was quite exciting to find about the newer technologies being offered by all the key and old players. There was also exciting stuff offered by newer players.
Predicting learning trends is not easy as it may sound, as some of the trends have been there for quite some time, and some have not seen the maturity or traction that is required of them. Let’s look at the 9 eLearning trends that will become stronger as we step into 2018.