<![CDATA[What's Your Quest? - Blog]]>Wed, 04 Apr 2018 21:24:58 -0400Weebly<![CDATA[Scenario Learning 101]]>Tue, 23 Jan 2018 05:00:00 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/scenario-learning-101
Let’s define…
Scenarios are situations learners are exposed to, to convey information or create learning paths.  

Ex: Airline Pilot - simulations
Learners are in the driver seat. In a scenario learners assist with storytelling.

We tell a story, stop, then allow learners to choose.
What do we do now? Choices - A, B, and C are considered as a variation of consequence.

The CONSEQUENCE provides or shares a knowledge
path for each option (branching).

                A= Left Button: stops left engine

                B= Center Button: enables auto pilot

                C= Right Button: stops right engine

Scenarios allow learners to play while being able to make mistakes.
Learners walk away from scenario based instruction with a higher sense of confirmed knowledge.
Learn more - http://digi-quest.com/e-learning-essentials.html
<![CDATA[What Is Visual Thinking?]]>Mon, 24 Jul 2017 16:00:42 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/what-is-visual-thinkingVisual Thinking...

Visual thinking is a proven method in which ideas, concepts and other information are associated with images.
Helping learners think, plan, analyze and communicate are key challenges facing all educators.

Visually representing information aids students in generating meaning from the data that they have collected, leading to increased understanding of the topic.

Often visual methodologies are used to co-create and share knowledge. Visual thinking methodologies have been proven to increase understanding, improve retention and effectively communicate information.

Visual thinking is a proven method in which ideas, concepts and other information are associated with images.

Learners are better able to:
  • Clarify thoughts and think critically
  • Connect prior knowledge and concepts
  • Focus on meaning and identify misconceptions
  • Analyze, organize and group information
  • Make use of visual memory
  • Communicate visually

EXAMPLES: Knowledge nuggets, graphic organizers, concepts maps, webs and idea maps are some of the techniques used in visual learning.Want to find out how they can help in your next learning objective check us out.

<![CDATA[Summer Essentials - 2017]]>Fri, 07 Jul 2017 04:00:00 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/summer-essentials-2017
Enjoy this summers delights.

Summer is a great time to not only catch up on rest and relaxation BUT to reinvest in yourself by updating your knowledge.

Take advantage of
our summertime offer
25% off any class
of your choice

Just use coupon code SUMMER2017 when ordering a class online or with a booking agent.

Digi-Quest serving nationally and Internationally provides folks with superior one on one or group onsites or virtual classes.

Our seasoned professionals cover TOP Applications used in business today.

Microsoft Office & The Adobe Library of Products

Plus other professional development courses like  -
Cyber Security
E-Learning Essentials
Educators Essentials
Become a Webinar GURU

Return from summer feeling refreshed and ready to take on
upgrades you have been avoiding!
Don't forget to share with a colleague.

Enjoy your summer,
The Digi-Quest Team

<![CDATA[Professional Essentials]]>Wed, 01 Feb 2017 05:00:00 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/professional-essentials
for Learning Digitally

by Digi-Quest
Virtually from Philadelphia, Pa.,

Come join us this Month...
Take a closer look at the terminology, roles, content, process, responsibilities, and tools used for E-Learning and Blended Learning environments.

Every day organizations are using tools like Blackboard, Moodle, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Presenter, Articulate, Storyline, and Adobe Connect to serve up their Learning and Development.

Take a closer look at creating lively and engaging learning for your next training or learning initiative.

We will reveal how these tools work independently and in tangent to aide in versatility and success during learning.
Check it out.


<![CDATA[Essentials For Educators -]]>Wed, 04 Jan 2017 05:00:00 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/essentials-for-educators
Roles, Framework, Rationale in Education
by Digi-Quest
Virtually from Philadelphia, Pa.
Coming this Month - Educators Workshop
A ground breaking workshop for EDUCATORS - Teachers, Instructors, Trainers & Coaches if you are an educator this is for you...an introduction and understanding of newly recognized and researched educator roles; the framework and rationale.

Addressing different levels of educator development in a supportive space, participants discover their distinctive educator characteristics and learn how to integrate the four roles into a teaching practice.

Skilled facilitators group and individual experiences balancing activities with engaging dialogue throughout the workshop.

Find out more - http://digi-quest.com/educator-essentials.html

<![CDATA[Factors which help determine Course Length]]>Fri, 18 Nov 2016 00:19:13 GMThttp://digi-quest.com/blog/factors-which-help-determine-course-length

Make sure to test using a variety of learners to help calculate an average and accurate seat time

As you develop and create an e-learning or virtual course keep in mind these three things...

Audience -

Any time you develop learning content at the forefront you MUST keep the learner in mind. Consider their demographic, exposure to digitized content and frequency these can change outcomes drastically.

Slide Count -

Typically folks will reserve 1 min for each slide, however that is
influenced by whether or not slide(s) have additional layers, audio, video and or branching.

Interactive Usage  - 

Seat time for a course is also determined by how each learner will digest various types of content - like video, audio or games. Will you allow learners to skip content? or will learners be required to complete all areas?

Keep those 3 facts in mind so you can manage an accurate approximation for course length.
Then test, Test, TEST!

Need additional help, find out more.

By, Angel Ross