Is designing a curriculum the same as designing a course? Clients often ask this question as we approach a curriculum project. Here are some thoughts. We design a curriculum instead of a course when we want to take the learner on a longer, more complex journey, when there is a large and important gap between […]
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If we do not also address the underlying knowledge and skills that learners need, we fail to equip them to perform.
I was working on a project with Apple Service Technicians when I was introduced to the concept of FRUs, or Field Replaceable Units. These are components in computers or other electrical devices that can be pulled out as units and replaced, either by the customer or by trained technicians, when they fail. The beauty of […]