Show Us Your E-Learning Portfolios

Share Your E-Learning Portfolio (#46): Challenge | Recap

Challenge of the week

This week’s challenge is all about your e-learning portfolios. We already know you do awesome work, and we want to help others find your awesome work.

Last week’s e-learning challenge

E-Learning Audio Tips & Tricks

Before you show off the cool work you’re doing in this week’s challenge, take peek at the audio tips your fellow community members shared in last week’s audio challenge:

More about the e-learning challenges:

The weekly challenges are ongoing opportunities to learn, share, and build your e-learning portfolios. You can jump into any or all of the previous challenges anytime you want. I’ll update the recap posts to include your demos.

Nikki Simianu
Sharron Walker

Hi, My name is Sharron Tendai and I am a Learning Design and Technology graduate student. My learning philosophy is centered on cognitive learning principles, specifically how the learning impacts behavior change, with emphasis on problem solving approaches also known as constructivism. I believe that learning materials must be designed based on proven needs of the learner. I believe that multimedia plays an integral role in learning design and that instruction that is solely based on text or didactic presentation does not motivate learners. I am guided by the belief that to solve a problem, a learning designer much first understand the nature of the problem and be open to multiple potential solutions. Here is a link to my portfolio: Expand

Ben Haizlip