Some sketches done over Christmas

Acrylic on canvas

e-learning 1

Adobe Captivate, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Blended learning – blogs

Brief explanation “A blog is a user-generated website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order.” (Wikipedia 2007) Free and easy to use (WordPress, Blogger) as a… Continue reading

Some thoughts on eLearning and theories

I design courses for an organisation that has students and teachers from all corners of the world, from daily technology users to individuals that never used a PC. When it comes to teaching… Continue reading

Change of attitude

Shake off some cognitive biases; Stop assuming people have similar skills and training just because they have a certain job/age; Stop designing courses that fit mostly with my personality type. improvements Knowledge about… Continue reading

Personal notes – TAPs – The Theoretical Basis of Learning 2/4

Theory into practice (notes) Mental visualisation by using mind maps and infographics. Use online social networks as educational platforms to support learners in forming social connections with others (collaborate to share ideas and… Continue reading

Enhance your learners’ experience

Gain attention, necessary for learning to take place, do assessments by encouraging written or oral assessments not multiple answers tests, to find the learners level and skill gaps; give them opportunities to fill… Continue reading

Fun at work

iPad + Adobe ideas

Illustrated Maps

Map-making has become a favorite specialty, allowing me to visit places I’ve never been.