In this video, Tim Slade and Cara North answer questions about common learning myths.
Questions answered in this video:
-“Is it true that learning styles aren’t a thing or do we just not have enough evidence to prove their usefulness?” (2:41)
-“Should we bother with Bloom’s Taxonomy or just focus on teaching what learners need to be able to do?” (8:01)
-“Does eLearning have to be interactive in order to be effective?” (9:55)
-“Do click-to-reveal interactions truly offer no value to eLearning?” (12:52)
-“Is it true that classroom training is always more effective than online training?” (15:41)
Connect With Tim Slade:
- Website: elearningacademy.io/
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/sladetim/
- Twitter: twitter.com/sladetim
Connect With Cara North:
- Website: caranorth.com/
- LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/caranorth11/
- Twitter: twitter.com/caranorth11
Interested in submitting a question for a future video? Each month, we’ll solicit your questions on LinkedIn and Twitter around a common topic. You can submit your questions by posting on LinkedIn or Twitter with the #ATDAskATrainer hashtag. Check out the complete ATD Ask a Trainer Advice Column: td.org/ask-a-trainer.