This is ideally suited for someone coming into the instructional design/teaching profession. I created icons to help a learner memorize each theory visually. The project provides an overview of five popular learning theories and how they apply to creating instruction. The use of a dark background makes the text and icons standout. The rough draft version was created using Piktochart.
The project required me to create an interactive infographic to explain learning theories and their instructional design implications.
This is the introductory page of this project. The brain and a puzzle with missing pieces were selected as the icons to represent how pieces come together in the mind.
The mouse can be thought of as receiving cheese as a reward for a specific action.
The gears in the head are meant to represent processing and functioning.
In Schema Theory knowledge is kept in memory packets, similarly the dots represent different packets.
Given that situated learning relies on a social aspect the connected people is an ideal icon.
When something is done systematically, it can typically be thought of as being done in order.
This is my reference section.
This is my original infographic created using Piktochart.