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Learning Design Vision Statement Tool

Updated Monday, 14th June 2021

A reconceptualised and bi-lingual version of the original Learning Design Wordwheel for Mandarin speaking learning designers.

Snippet of the Learning Design Vision Statement Tool Click on the image above, to launch the interactive full screen.


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