→ Keep drills challenging by including up-to-date information and learning goals
Set learning goals for drills to make sure people brush up on time. Also, add the latest information to keep your drills up to date. Check below to find out how it’s done!
It is important to set a learning goal for drills or courses, keep your content up to date, and adapt the tone of voice to your target group.
This is an example of a course in which news value is incorporated by means of a story. Through a newspaper article about a recent successful resuscitation, people immediately know why going through this drill is of vital importance.
With the 10 drill design principles, we help you on your way to designing the perfect drills. These tips will help you create the best questions based on educational design principles and ensure an effective learning process and well-anchored knowledge. Click on one of the other 9 design principles for more information and clear examples per design principle.
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