1. Be learner focused and hold learners in the highest regard.

  2. Be passionately learning focused and thrive on curiosity.

  3. Consider the neuroscience of learning.

  4. Accommodate diversity and unique needs to provide an inclusive, and engaging learning experience.

  5. Incorporate scenarios, case studies, and other pragmatic stories to connect with the learner emotionally.

  6. Build rich opportunities for high levels of student interaction and engagement in learning designs.

  7. Maintain a keen eye for detail and have exemplary visualization skills.

  8. Communicate clearly, both orally and in writing.

  9. Write appealing content, instructional design text, audio scripts, and video scripts.

  10. Develop learning content based on Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences and Adult Learning Theory.

  11. Demonstrate high levels of imagination, creativity, innovation, and design thinking.

  12. Possess outstanding analytical skills.

  13. Know the proficiencies of eLearning tools and software and be technologically savvy.

  14. Be open-minded and embrace multiple perspectives.

  15. Continuously improve.

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