Up Goer Explainers in E-Learning

Using Small Words to Explain Complex Topics RECAP #176: Challenge | Recap

This week’s challenge asked course designers to explain a complex topic using only third-grade vocabulary words. Examples include explainers on communication, biology, solar eclipses, and much more! 

Rambo Levin

Rambo Levin

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Renee Stoll

Renee Stoll

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Maggie Baker

Maggie Baker

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Helen Greetham

Helen Greetham

View project | Learn more | Helen Greetham | Website | @Learn_Craft

Niki Glick

Niki Glick

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Jose Giori Herran Escobar

Jose Giori Herran Escobar

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Anu Chandra

Anu Chandra

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Omie Drawhorn

Omie Drawhorn

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Alexander Salas

Alexander Salas

View project | Alexander Salas | Website | @stylelearn

Lisa Brown

Lisa Brown

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Dario Dabbicco

Dario Dabbicco

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Ashley Whittington

Ashley Whittington

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