Category: Courseware Writing (page 1 of 5)

Using Blooms Taxonomy in Education

What is a taxonomy? Does this fancy word scare you? Should it? We say no. Taxonomy, in layman’s term, simply means classification and we have all used taxonomy at least once in our lives. Let me relate with a simple example. Have you shopped for shoes/clothes online? The initial sort by gender, age, and shoes […]

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The Role of an SME in Courseware Development

When a courseware is developed, its aim is to educate leaners. From k12 course development to eLearning on the go, the audience may range from tiny toddlers learning their ABCs to working professionals pushing their career ahead. With something as precarious as knowledge consumption at stake, who vouches the authenticity of the study material? A […]

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Editing Vs. Proofreading

Like me, did you happen to use the terms ‘editing’ and ‘proofreading’ interchangeably? Well, if your answer is a ‘Yes’, read this write-up for a quick and simple overview of the two processes and what they involve. Editing Editing is an art and includes proofreading as one of its facets. Editing helps to improve the […]

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Body, Mind and Spirit!

“By education, I mean an all-round drawing of the best in child and man in body, mind and spirit.” This quote by Mahatma Gandhi, states that education is not just learning and understanding, rather it is an overall development in the learners. The learning should be complete and for lifelong.  How are we going to […]

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Target Audience – Why Do You Need to Know Them?

When you search the phrase ‘target audience’, on the Internet, its meaning will show up as – ‘a particular group at which a product is aimed at’. Doesn’t it sound simple? Yeah right! If only. Actually, the true definition in today’s times is quite the opposite. Today, writers don’t create a content and then target […]

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