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Five Stage E-Learning Model

I’ve been spending some time searching approaches to e-learning and the debate between behavioristic instruction and constructivist approaches. Constructivist as I am, I often find myself developing sessions that require behaviorist approaches, for instance having to develop measurable and observable learning objectives that parallel certain competencies to ensure my training is approved through training approval systems. In perusing approaches to e-learning, I came across Gilly Salmon who has developed a five stage model for the typical online learning process. It is quite interesting and after reviewing it, I see that my experience in LT800 is quite consistent with her model.

Here is a link to the model and the BLOG that has a lot of additional information about a MOOC she is involved in   http://www.gillysalmon.com/five-stage-model.html

About Dr. Terrie Buckner

A native of Ohio, Terrie moved to Georgia in the mid-1970's. She studied Business Management at Shorter University, then earned a Master's degree in Adult Education and Occupational Studies and a doctorate in Adult Education and Human Resources and Organizational Development from The University of Georgia. Terrie's doctoral research, entitled "Engaging Moments: Adult Educators Reading and Responding to Emotion in the Classroom," was featured at the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Student Research Conference in 2007. Terrie's practice has focused on workforce development in the fields of Early Care and Education and Social Services as well as the Training of Trainers and Educators who work in those fields, Instructional Design and Technology, and Human Performance Improvement. Terrie is a popular conference presenter and trainer in both fields, an approved Level III trainer, CDA, and Administration trainer in Georgia, a Certified Trainer in S.Carolina, and Certified Brain Compatible Learning trainer. She co-authored two certification programs currently in use nationwide and has authored numerous e-learning courses offered by private providers.

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