Quinn-Thalheimer: Tools, ADDIE, and Limitations on Design

Clark Quinn and I have been grappling with FUN-da-mental issues in the learning space over the years, and we finally decided to publish some of our dialogue.

In the latest conversation, Clark and I discuss how the tools in the learning field often don't send the right messages about how to design learning–that they unintentionally push us toward poor instructional designs.

You can read the discussion on Clark's world-renowned blog by CLICKING HERE.

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Or, read an earlier discussion on how professionalized we are by clicking here.

 

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