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David Cameron

David Cameron

David is an experienced instructional designer and an award-winning writer and poet (his collected poems, The Bright Tethers, was published in 2016). After years of writing and editing for NGOs in the European cultural sector, he entered the magical world of eLearning. In this new world he was able to draw on his experiences of learning while working in a Surrey school for children with severe epilepsy, as an Adult Basic Education tutor in Edinburgh, and as a teacher of business English in Amsterdam. What does he enjoy most about instructional design? Seeing words spring visually to life. In 2014, David received the Hennessy Literary Award.

We speak of a ‘born leader’ - but leadership qualities can be learned and cultivated. Also, different qualities suit different times and situations. What would it take for YOU to be a leader in your business NOW?

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The word ‘objective’, as used to describe an aim or goal, is a 19th century military term, but the field of learning is not a battlefield, so we should tread carefully (i.e. not jackbooted) in this terrain. We want our..

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Improve learner engagement by using realistic eLearning scenarios that highlight key decision points in challenging situations.

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The process of learning is more complex than most people consider.  We're really fascinated by the topic of unlearning. We first wrote about it here - unlearning is the new learning.  In our experience, once the baggage..

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