I had the pleasure of writing an intriguing guest blog for TimelyText in Raleigh, NC about what Angry Birds and instructional design have in common. It brings up the question: what type of learner are you? Auditory? Visual? Kinesthetic? Or a combination? I’m a big fan of personality types and learning types, so I know that I’m balanced between all three. But the majority of folks are kinesthitic learners. That means they learn my doing and experiencing hands-on practice. That is perhaps one reason Angry Birds continues to stay at the top of the rankings for mainstream game applications. Learn more from TimelyText CEO, Ronnie Duncan, (@RonnieDuncan), who summarizes the top three common lessons between Angry Birds and instructional design.
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