We design learning facilitators with the aim of making content more accessible to users, encouraging interactivity and active building of meaning.

Such facilitators are adjustable to any institutional requirement. Our teams of experts on pedagogy and teaching methods are responsible for selecting and customizing the most suitable facilitators in accordance with the needs of each course and client, thus optimizing their learning potential.

It is worth noting that the e-learning process is divided in three phases:

-          Perception: Reception of stimuli, visual and auditory stimuli in this case, which in turn, is determined by factors internal and external to the individual.

-          Attention: Selective processing of information from the perceived stimuli.

-          Understanding: Interactive process of building and grasping meaning.

-          Memory: Information retention, mental organization of knowledge into learning schema.

-          Integration: Adapting new knowledge into preexisting mental schema; development of mental schema.

When we choose a facilitator, we need to consider which specific learning phase we want to act upon, as, even though they are all relevant to the learning process, different goals can be achieved or assessed.

We design hundreds of facilitators applicable to each case.


For example:

 Wheel of Fortune


Tower of Hanoi

 All works