Motivation, Practice, and Spaced Retrieval are your empowering tools to fight the increasing digital learning fatigue.

Instructional Design

Motivation
It is the starting point. Learners should be motivated to take the learning intervention and ‘be there’ till the end. It is important to maintain motivation levels throughout the intervention.

Instructional Design

Practice
It is the actual application of the concept or idea without which learning cannot be achieved. Use scenarios or simulations for practice; space the practice and if possible, also interleave it for better learning outcomes

Instructional Design

Spaced Retrieval
It is a research-based strategy that improves learning retention dramatically. Rather than massing practice within the same time period, spaced retrieval would mean revising or practicing concepts a little later — after a few weeks or days of the course completion.

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