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Inspirational Nugget: Think Visually

For my first blog post with NAU’s Learning & Professional Development team, I deconstructed a lengthy definition of Instructional Design that I’ve kept tucked away at each desk I’ve occupied during my career. Included with that definition are what I’m calling “inspirational nuggets” about Instructional Design. Lately I have been thinking about this simple idea: Think Visually I’m not an artist, …

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Mind Mapping

raphical Representation (often referred to as Mind Mapping or Concept Mapping) is a tactile learning tool gaining popularity in the training industry, especially in the academic community. The act of representing your own knowledge in creative, meaningful ways is a cornerstone of Constructivist pedagogy. It allows you to engage with the material at hand, link the material to your own …

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