The Case for Just-In-Time Learning

The Case for Just-In-Time Learning

Just-in-time learning has a long history. It began as a printed card that contained step-by-step instructions for performing a specific task.  The worker did not have to memorise the steps.  Job aids included anything that when made available in the workplace improved...
Why Modlettes Leads the New Learning Revolution

Why Modlettes Leads the New Learning Revolution

Modlettes is a way of teaching and delivering content to learners in small specific bursts. Why is this becoming the new method of training? To answer this question, let’s look at today’s and tomorrow’s demographics and who the learners will mostly be. By 2025,...
The story of www.modlettes.com

The story of www.modlettes.com

The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.” Marcel Proust    Technology Led Training Ltd is a company formed in 2006 to create eLearning. At this time it was a very competitive game and the three directors, Colin...
10 Rules for Writing Multiple Choice Questions

10 Rules for Writing Multiple Choice Questions

These rules will help you in constructing your test questions. Remember, the purpose of the quiz is for the learner to test themselves for knowledge they have just learnt.   The Rules (according to Connie Malamed)    1.  Test comprehension and critical thinking, not...